Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor says that he has a 70 to 80% chance to play in the Browns final pre-season game versus the Chicago Bears. If he does play, it will be his first action in a NFL game at wide receiver since switching from quarterback with Cleveland.
This final pre-season game for Pryor will likely determine if he makes the Cleveland Browns or not. That is his number one goal.
“I don’t like being given anything. I do want to help the Browns,” Pryor said to reporters, via Cleveland.com. “If that’s the opportunity I have, cool, but that doesn’t excite me. That doesn’t say I’ve worked for it. When I get on the field I’d say I’m a great teammate. I spend a long time in the facility, I always ask questions, I try to be the best teammate, player I can be. But that doesn’t excite me because I want to earn everything I have or get.”
If Pryor makes the Browns with either not playing in the final pre-season game or not preforming well, it will likely be due to his worth ethic. He has posted photos of himself on his official Instagram page training with former and current NFL wide receivers in addition to working out.
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