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Terrelle Pryor | Wide Receiver | #11

Team: Washington Redskins
Age / DOB:  (28) / 6/20/1989
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 228
College: Ohio State
Drafted: 2011 / Supplemental (Rd. 3) / OAK
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Terrelle Pryor caught 3-of-5 passes for 23 yards in Week 6 against the 49ers.
It's a step back after Pryor posted season-highs going into Washington's bye. Pryor's five targets tied for a team high, but Kirk Cousins settled for easy check downs to Chris Thompson and his tight ends. It's a letdown game in a plus matchup. Pryor has potential for a rebound in Week 7 against the Eagles. Oct 15 - 5:21 PM

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Terrelle Pryor caught 3-of-5 targets for 70 yards and a touchdown in the Redskins' Week 4 loss to the Chiefs.

Pryor's box score is a bit deceiving to his actual performance. His 44-yard touchdown came on a horribly defended deep ball where Pryor probably got away with a push and let it fall into his arms after the corner missed. Pryor had another drop over the middle and didn't have much chemistry with Cousins. On a positive note, he played 43-of-50 snaps, the most of all receivers on the Redskins.
Oct 3 - 1:04 AM

Terrelle Pryor caught 2-of-4 passes for 19 yards in Week 3.

It's another nondescript game from Pryor after getting held in check against the Rams. Pryor hasn't looked on the same page with Kirk Cousins with just eight targets the last two games. He can't be trusted for a Week 4 matchup with the Chiefs.
Sep 25 - 12:10 AM

Terrelle Pryor nabbed two-of-four targets for 31 yards Sunday in the Redskins’ Week 2 win over the Rams.

Both of Pryor’s catches came on Washington’s final scoring drive late in the fourth quarter. Pryor had a tough time getting open against Trumaine Johnson, and it’s no surprise that his longest catch came after Johnson exited with a right leg injury. He committed another drop Sunday, giving him three on the year. Pryor’s Redskins career has gotten off to a rocky start, but he’ll be in a good spot next week at home against a leaky Raiders secondary.
Sep 17 - 9:07 PM

Terrelle Pryor caught 6-of-11 targets for 66 yards in the Redskins' Week 1 loss to the Eagles.

Pryor could have had a much bigger day, but his 11 targets easily led the team. Pryor dropped at least two passes, muffing a crossing pattern and then dropping what could have been a long touchdown but it would have come back on a holding penalty. He and Kirk Cousins just didn't seem to be on the same page on deep balls, with Cousins overshooting Pryor on most of their tries. Still, Pryor looks to be the clear No. 1 wideout in Washington playing a combo of the old Pierre Garcon/DeSean Jackson roles. He'll face off against Trumaine Johnson and the Rams next week.
Sep 10 - 4:41 PM

Terrelle Pryor caught 1-of-4 targets for 17 yards in the Redskins' third preseason game.

One of Pryor's missed connections was a bad drop. Pryor seemed to be looking upfield before securing the ball. It caps a quiet summer, one that saw Pryor catch two passes while muffing three more. Nevertheless, the ex-Brown looked like a load in the open field. He bears a physical resemblance to Julio Jones at wideout. There's risk — this is only Pryor's second full season at receiver — but he offers a ton of upside as a WR2.
Aug 27 - 6:35 PM

Browns WRs coach Al Saunders would be "shocked if (Terrelle Pryor) isn’t in the Pro Bowl."

Saunders, of course, coached Pryor in Cleveland. A size-speed specimen still learning the receiver position, Pryor worked with both Randy Moss and Antonio Brown this offseason. After surpassing 1,000 yards last season with suspect quarterback play in Cleveland, he is now catching passes from Kirk Cousins, making a potential Pro Bowl leap a legitimate possibility.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 22 - 10:22 AM

Terrelle Pryor is working out with Randy Moss.

Jamison Crowder also got in some work with the future Hall of Famer. It is the second year in a row Pryor has worked out with Moss, and he also spent time with Antonio Brown earlier this summer. It is easy to forget Pryor is still only a couple years into his transition to receiver, and working with some of the game's greats will only make him better. He has a ton of upside in the Redskins' passing attack.
Jul 13 - 12:44 PM

Terrelle Pryor will spend part of the summer training with Antonio Brown in Pennsylvania.

He's also planning a trip to Charlotte to work out with Randy Moss. Even before they began training together, Pryor had already sought out Brown via text message, asking him for advice on route-running and certain training techniques. Despite his success with Cleveland last year, Pryor is still relatively new to receiver after beginning his career at quarterback. "The good ones, they ask questions," said Pryor. "Once you stop learning and think you’ve got it, that’s when you lose. I never want to get to that point."
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 25 - 11:22 AM

Speaking at minicamp, Kirk Cousins vowed to target Terrelle Pryor heavily on downfield routes this season.

One of the NFL's elite separators in his first year at wideout last year with the Browns, Pryor will essentially take over the DeSean Jackson role in Washington's offense. "Terrelle is really talented running down the field," said Cousins. "I have been very impressed with his down-the-field skills with his speed. Being such a long strider, he can really cover ground when it doesn't look like he is. I want to throw to him every chance I get on those deeper routes."
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 14 - 8:28 PM

Kirk Cousins said he wants to get Terrelle Pryor "as many touches as possible."

"I like it because I’ve never had a conversation with a receiver like I’ve had with him," Cousins said about the former quarterback. "He really can see it and he’s going to hold me accountable." Cousins worked with Pryor during the offseason, and it appears the duo have already built some rapport. Even with Josh Doctson healthy, Pryor projects as Washington's No. 1 receiver and is firmly in the WR2 discussion for fantasy.
May 29 - 10:23 AM

Terrelle Pryor expects to be a difference-maker in the red zone for the Redskins.

The Redskins dropped all the way from 11th in 2015 to 30th in 2016 in red-zone efficiency. Free-agent losses DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon weren't very reliable inside the 20 because of their size, and that put too much pressure on the Kirk Cousins-Jordan Reed connection. Pryor stands 6'4/223 and believes his past as a quarterback helps him understand timing routes in the scoring areas. Pryor has a chance to be a top-15 fantasy receiver in 2017.
Source: ESPN.com
May 10 - 9:41 AM

Terrelle Pryor and Kirk Cousins are working out together this offseason.

Many quarterbacks and receivers do this every year, but it's notable with Pryor recently joining the team and Pryor and Cousins entering contract years together. Jordan Reed, Josh Doctson, and Jamison Crowder have joined Pryor and Cousins. "There were a couple routes I had to run a couple times because he’s a timing thrower, and he throws it to spots," Pryor said of Cousins. "But we'll get there." With targets up for grabs in D.C., Pryor has a chance for another career year in an efficient, pass-heavy offense.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 14 - 9:34 AM

Terrelle Pryor said he "obviously" wants to play with Kirk Cousins, but he is not worried about the situation.

"I played with six quarterbacks last year," Pryor said of his roller coaster ride in Cleveland. "I don't think it can get that bad." While his future after this season is murky at best, it does appear as if Cousins will be in Washington at least one more year. That is great news for Pryor, who plans to work with his new quarterback before the offseason program opens. With targets up for grabs following the departures of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, Pryor is shaping up as a high-end WR2 with the upside for more.
Source: ESPN
Mar 14 - 10:30 AM

Redskins signed WR Terrelle Pryor, formerly of the Browns, to a one-year, $6 million contract.

Things aren't going great in Washington, but this is a good signing for an offense which has lost a lot of receiving talent. Pryor's market wasn't nearly as hot as anticipated, so he's settling for a one-year, prove-it deal. He can make another $2 million in incentives. Pryor and Josh Doctson -- assuming Doctson is healthy -- give Washington a dynamic pair of outside receivers while Jordan Reed and Jamison Crowder are dangerous weapons inside. As long as Kirk Cousins sticks around, Washington's offense should continue to hum. Pryor will undoubtedly be looking for a monster year in his prove-it situation, and Washington has the target opportunity to make that happen, although there are many mouths to feed when everyone is healthy. Still, Pryor has high-end WR2 upside.
Mar 10 - 3:58 PM

Depth Charts

Skill Players
PosRoleName
QB1Kirk Cousins
2Colt McCoy
RB1Rob Kelley
2Chris Thompson
3Samaje Perine
4Mack Brown
GLB1Rob Kelley
2Samaje Perine
3RB1Chris Thompson
2Rob Kelley
WR11Terrelle Pryor
2Josh Doctson
3Brian Quick
WR21Jamison Crowder
2Ryan Grant
WR31Ryan Grant
TE1Jordan Reed
2Vernon Davis
3Niles Paul
4Jeremy Sprinkle
LT1Trent Williams
2Ty Nsekhe
LG1Shawn Lauvao
C1Spencer Long
2Chase Roullier
RG1Brandon Scherff
RT1Morgan Moses
2Tyler Catalina
3T.J. Clemmings
K1Dustin Hopkins
2Nick Rose