Terrelle Pryor believes the Raiders' new braintrust is putting an emphasis on finding players with good character.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said Monday that newly acquired Matt Flynn will compete with Terrelle Pryor for the team's starting quarterback job in camp.
According to Yahoo's Mike Silver, there is "much organizational skepticism" about Raiders third-year QB Terrelle Pryor.
New OC Greg Olson said there will be packages for both Terrelle Pryor and Carson Palmer during offseason workouts.
Raiders head coach Dennis Allen confirmed there will be "some competition" at the quarterback position this summer.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie says QB Terrelle Pryor will get a shot at the starting job in 2013.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen reiterated that he came away impressed with Terrelle Pryor's Week 17 spot start.
Raiders head coach Dennis Allen said Terrelle Pryor "earned the chance for us to evaluate him some more" after he accounted for three touchdowns in Week 17 against the Chargers.
Terrelle Pryor completed 13-of-28 passes for 150 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in the Raiders' 24-21 Week 17 loss to the Chargers.
Coach Dennis Allen has named Terrelle Pryor the Raiders' starting quarterback for Week 17 against San Diego.
According to Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune, Terrelle Pryor was set to take the initial first-team rep of Raiders practice Friday as the portion of the workout open to the media was closed.
Terrelle Pryor and Matt Leinart split first-team reps in Raiders practice Wednesday.
Coach Dennis Allen said he doesn't think Terrelle Pryor is ready to be a backup quarterback yet.
The Raiders aren't planning to give back-up QB Terrelle Pryor an "extensive look" in Sunday's game against the Panthers.