Report: Raider QB Terrelle Pryor "unimpressive" at minicamp
The future of former Ohio State star quarterback Terrelle Pryor does not appear to be a bright one. Pryor was unimpressive in his first day at the Oakland Raiders mandatory minicamp according to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle. Tafur writes that Pryor has not shown much improvement since entering the NFL and his passes today were "wobbly and inaccurate".
Pryor was also unimpressive during OTAs according to several Bay Area beat writers. It appeared that Pryor might have a chance to progress up the depth chart after the departure of Carson Palmer but both Matt Flynn and rookie QB Tyler Wilson seem to be ahead of him. We know it is early but the fact that the 6-foot-6, 233-pound quarterback can't even light up a padless practice cannot be an encouraging sign for the Raiders.
Looks like not all of the Raiders are performing as perfectly as its been made out by some.