The Jaguars have signed WR Terrelle Pryor. In 2 years since his 1,007-yard 2016 campaign, Pryor has totaled just 492 yards across 3 different teams. Turning 30 in June, he's running out of time to rebound. Pryor is far from a lock to make Jacksonville's final roster, but it's also not out of the realm of possibility that he carves out a role in a mostly unsettled WR corps.
The Bills are set to sign WR Terrelle Pryor, ESPN's Josina Anderson reports. Pryor was cut by the Jets after hurting his groin a couple of weeks ago. He flashed a couple of times this season, with lines of 4-84 and 5-57-1. A healthy Pryor should quickly carve out a significant role in Buffalo, but he won't be a fantasy option in the league's worst passing game.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Jets are releasing WR Terrelle Pryor today. Pryor reportedly has a tear in his groin that's expected to keep him out for 2 weeks. Schefter says the team will be interested in bringing him back once he's healthy. We'll see if other teams keep that from happening in the meantime.
Jets WR Terrelle Pryor (groin) is listed as doubtful for this weekend’s game against the Vikings. He shouldn’t be in fantasy lineups. WR Robby Anderson (hamstring) isn’t on the final injury report after putting in full practices on Thursday and Friday. Likely to see a bunch of CB Xavier Rhodes on Sunday, Anderson is a risky fantasy play. WR Quincy Enunwa is out with his high-ankle sprain.
Jets WRs Robby Anderson (hamstring) and Terrelle Pryor (groin) missed practice on Wednesday. That's in addition to WR Quincy Enunwa, who will be sidelined multiple weeks with his high-ankle sprain. We'll see if Anderson and/or Pryor are able to get back on the field tomorrow. Jermaine Kearse is the only healthy guy among New York's top 4 WRs right now.
Jets WR Quincy Enunwa has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain, according to insider Manish Mehta. That figures to cost Enunwa multiple weeks. He's droppable in standard-sized fantasy leagues. With Enunwa sidelined for most of yesterday's game, Jermaine Kearse payed 83% of the offensive snaps, Robby Anderson 75% and Terrelle Pryor 62%.
Jets WR Jermaine Kearse (abdomen) is listed as doubtful for Monday night's game against the Lions. This was fully expected after last week's report that Kearse was expected to miss Week 1. The Jets will roll with Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa and Terrelle Pryor as their top 3 WRs. Anderson is the only one who can be trusted in Week 1 fantasy lineups.
Jets WR Jermaine Kearse is expected to miss Week 1 after undergoing surgery for an abdominal injury, insider Manish Mehta reports. Kearse would have opened the season with a significant role, but his absence would open up more opportunity for WRs Quincy Enunwa and Terrelle Pryor. Robby Anderson remains the best bet among Jets WRs.
Jets HC Todd Bowles said WR Terrelle Pryor is out of OTAs with an ankle injury, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. We'll see how serious the issue is, but it's worrisome given recent history. Pryor's 2017 ended in November with ankle surgery after the Week 2 injury hobbled him for weeks. If this holds Pryor back into summer, he could quickly fall in behind Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa and perhaps others on the WR depth chart.
Multiple outlets report that WR Terrelle Pryor has reached a deal with the Jets. Pryor, of course, spent last season in Washington, catching only 20 balls over 9 games before landing on IR with a left ankle injury. Before that, he managed a surprising 2016 breakout in a Cleveland offense with crappy QB play. The Jets currently sport Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater as potential 2018 starters and appear likely to add another QB in the upcoming NFL Draft. The WR corps returns 2017's top 2, Robby Anderson and Jermaine Kearse. Off-field issues threaten Anderson's outlook, though, and Kearse's targets and catches last season stood well ahead of his numbers in Seattle. The Jets also tendered restricted free agent Quincy Enunwa at the 2nd-round level after he missed 2017 with a neck injury. We'll see how this offense shakes out, but there's at least room for Pryor to carve out a significant role. We'd still target Anderson 1st among Jets WRs in current best-ball drafting.
Washington WR Terrelle Pryor had surgery Monday on his injured ankle and will spend the rest of the season on IR. Pryor busted big time after arriving on a 1-year deal in free agency. He'll hit the open market again in March, heading into his age-29 season and working back from the ankle injury.
Redskins WR Terrelle Pryor (ankle) is out for Sunday's game against the Saints. He's scheduled to visit a specialist about the ankle injury on Monday, according to ESPN's John Keim. Pryor, of course, has been off the fantasy radar for a while now.
Washington HC Jay Gruden said he wants a larger role for WR Jamison Crowder this season. The Duke product saw 99 targets in 2016. “We’ll utilize Jamison and try to get him more involved,” Gruden said via ESPN. “He’s an excellent player, dynamic player. He just continues to prove every day, why we like him so much. He can run just about anything you ask him to run... He gets himself open because he’s got a great feel. He’s got quickness in and out of his breaks.” Washington lost DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon over the spring and replaced them with Terrelle Pryor and Josh Doctson. It’s a positive development for Crowder, who will also see time at punt returner. The 3rd-year man is a strong PPR WR3 target.
WR Terrelle Pryor inked a 1-year, $6 million deal with the Redskins. Another $2 million is available through "not-likely-to-be-earned" incentives, according to insider Jason La Canfora. That Pryor settled for a mid-level, 1-year contract speaks to the fact that he has just 1 season of experience at WR. That was a mighty impressive season, though: 77 catches, 1,007 yards and 4 TDs for a Browns team that ranked 28th in passing offense. Pryor turns 28 in June but should still theoretically have lots of room for growth. And the 1-year deal means he'll have plenty to play for. He's joining a Redskins squad that finished 7th in pass attempts and 2nd in yards last year.-- a big upgrade from his digs in Cleveland. Washington figures to trot out Pryor, Josh Doctson and Jamison Crowder as its top 3 WRs in 2017.
Browns WR Terrelle Pryor will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair the ligament damage in his finger. He played through the injury for the final 2 games of what was a breakout year. The converted QB racked up 77 catches, 1,007 yards and 4 TDs -- despite playing for the #28 passing offense. Pryor turns 28 in June but should still have room for growth considering his inexperience at WR. He's set to hit the free-agent market in March.
Browns WR Terrelle Pryor (finger) is not listed on the final injury report. He’ll play against the Chargers and red-hot CB Casey Hayward with a torn ligament in his finger. Pryor can’t be trusted in fantasy lineups.
Browns WR Terrelle Pryor (finger) practiced on Tuesday. He looks set to play through the finger injury he suffered last weekend that might require offseason surgery. Pryor has caught just 5 of 11 targets for 22 yards from QB Robert Griffin over the past 2 games. Now set to see red-hot Chargers CB Casey Hayward, Pryor isn't a Week 16 fantasy option.
Browns WR Terrelle Pryor suffered a sprained finger in Sunday's loss to the Bills. The Akron Beacon Journal reports that he'll have an MRI to determine if there's ligament damage. Pryor led the team with 8 targets at Buffalo but caught just 4 of them for 19 yards. That gives him 5 for 22 yards across QB Robert Griffin's 2 games back in the lineup. Pryor's not a good fantasy play against San Diego in Week 16 even if his finger proves OK.
The forecast for today's Browns-Bills game calls for a slight chance of snow but winds of 20-30 mph. That's certainly enough to impact the passing games. Hopefully you're not relying on any part of Cleveland's passing attack. Downgrade Bills QB Tyrod Taylor and WR Sammy Watkins a tad, but both are still fine fantasy starters. Expect a heavy dose of RB LeSean McCoy today.
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