“No, because I understand business,” he said. “The Browns are the only ones that have really seen me at receiver, so hopefully I’ll shock some people out there on the field. But at the same time I can’t really look back on who didn’t give me a chance. All I can really think about right now is playing hard for my teammates and trying to help them get a W on Sunday.”
Pryor is expect to see some action Sunday, with Mike Pettine saying that the former Ohio State star has looked good.
“Terrelle looks good,” said Pettine. “I don’t know if he’s ready to take on a full role, but there’s a chance that there will be some involvement in the plan there.”
He said he’s probably not ready for a larger yet, but should be able to contribute.
“He’s just got to play (to get some experience),” said Pettine. “The credit to him, he came back in great shape, came back in really, really good shape and retained a lot of what we’re doing. You say, ‘Hey, it’s going to be sooner than later.’ More than likely, it’s going to be sooner.”
A Terrelle Pryor that’s on the field running, catching and throwing passes for the Browns could be a deadly weapon, and one badly needed.