Terrelle Pryor is trying to master two languages this offseason: Spanish and the terminology of Oakland's new playbook.
The second-year Raiders quarterback is about to start an online Spanish class that will count toward the college degree he was unable to finish at Ohio State University. Pryor turned pro last summer after an eligibility scandal would have caused him to miss much if not all of his senior season.
"That's one of the things that upset me about leaving college," Pryor told me and co-host Bill Polian on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "I really wanted to get my degree and I couldn't. It kills me.
"At the same time, I'm going to finish it up and also be the best pro quarterback I can possibly be."
To that end, Pryor is saying -- and doing -- all the right things.
Pryor is working diligently to make up for a washout rookie season. Not only an avid participant in Oakland's offseason workout program, Pryor is trying to learn from the current Raiders starter (Carson Palmer) and one ...