There was a renewed sense of hope this week at Cleveland Browns camp. At least, this was the case for quarterback-turned-wideout Terrelle Pryor.
The Browns were the first team to give Pryor a look at his new position, but the promise he initially showed has been derailed thanks to a bum hamstring. He missed the first two preseason games, which significantly hurt his chances of making Cleveland’s roster. However, he returned to practice this week, leaving the Browns optimistic they could finally see him in action in this weekend’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
And yet, once again, a preseason contest came and went without Pryor touching the field. The team ruled that, while he made it through the week’s practices ok, he wasn’t quite healthy enough to get some playing time in this weekend. Suiting up for the annual dress rehearsal could’ve been a huge opportunity for Pryor, and he’s now down to just one last chance to prove his worth before final cut-downs.