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After today’s loss to the Redskins, Raiders head coach Dennis Allen told the media that he expects Terrelle Pryor to be ready to play next week.
Allen said team wanted to exercise extreme caution with Pryor, so held him out. Feels good about him playing next week, per Jim Trotter of SI.com.
While the Redskins played a good game and earned a tough road win, the Raiders might have been able to get the win if Pryor was under center.
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According to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle, quarterback Terrelle Pryor will get the start against the Redskins on Sunday. Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor will start Sunday against the Washington Redskins, six days after sustaining a concussion, league sources said. Backup Matt Flynn took most of the reps in practice all week but Pryor passed the NFL and team’s concussion...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders are now optimistic that quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be able to play in Sunday’s game against the Redskins after he suffering a concussion this past Monday night.
What I mentioned on @NFL_ATL Primetime: #Raiders suddenly optimistic and hopeful about getting Terrelle Pryor back Sunday. Lot of progress
— Ian Rapoport...
It looked like Terrelle Pryor was going to be ready to start today’s game against the Redskins, but things changed on Saturday night. According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Pryor started to experience concussion like symptoms last night. As for Pryor, once he showed slightest sign of concussion last night they made switch to Flynn and informed team, very cautious with Pryor....
Only the Oakland Raiders could come up with a scenario like this.
We reported earlier in the week that Terrelle Pryor was doubtful to play this week after suffering a concussion against the Broncos on Monday night football.
By Friday things had changed, and Raiders head coach Dennis Allen indicated that Pryor was feeling better and passed his concussion test.
He said the team will...
Raiders coach Dennis Allen went back and forth on whether to play Terrelle Pryor against Washington until finally reaching a decision the night before Sunday's game.
Allen said he chose to err on the side of "extreme caution" in defending his decision Sunday after a 24-14 loss at O.co Coliseum.
"We were actually at a point where we were ready to go with Terrelle...
Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor will start Sunday’s Week 4 game against the Washington Redskins, according to multiple reports.
Pryor suffered a concussion in Week 3, and was thought to be unlikely to play this weekend until coach Dennis Allen gave reporters some hope on Friday.
Allen said Pryor had passed all league mandated concussion test and no other testing...
When the Oakland Raiders took a 14 to nothing lead by the end of the first quarter, it looked like they were on their way to their second victory of the 2013 season. But without their two best playmakers on offense, quarterback Terrelle Pryor and runningback Darren McFadden, due to injuries, the Silver & Black could not get enough going […]
Washington Redskins (0-3) at Oakland Raiders (1-2)
Terrelle Pryor has not technically been named the starter at quarterback for the Raiders in this one, after suffering a concussion this week, but he’s passed all of the NFL’s tests and is going to take one precautionary test before the game before the Raiders clear him. I’d be pretty surprised if he was held out of this one...
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Raiders are "optimistic and hopeful" about Terrelle Pryor (concussion) playing Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Pryor was cleared for contact Friday morning, but he still has one precautionary test to go Saturday before the Raiders clear him to start. If he plays, he'll be a strong fantasy option against a struggling Redskins defense.
The Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders meet in Week 4.
Robert Griffin has not looked the same, nor has the Redskins defense as they have dropped thir first three games of 2013. Oakland (1-2) on the other hand is finding ways to be competitive with Terrelle Pryor playing quartreback.
FOX will broadcast this game beginning at 4:25 pm ET (1:25 pm PT) from Oakland-Almedea...
The Oakland Raiders head into preparations for Sunday's game against San Diego with uncertainty at four key offensive positions.
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor is still recovering from a concussion that kept him out of Sunday's loss to the Washington Redskins.
Running back Darren McFadden, fullback Marcel Reece and center Stefen Wisniewski are also nursing injuries from the...
We reported last night that Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been cleared and will start against the Redskins.
It looks like things have changed.
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, even though Pryor has been cleared, Matt Flynn will start.
Despite T Pryor being cleared, Raiders players were told in team mtg last night that Matt Flynn, NOT Pryor, starts today. Details...
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Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor will not start Sunday’s Week 4 game against the Washington Redskins.
Earlier, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Pryor would play after passing concussion test, but now it is being reported by FOX Sports Jay Glazer that Pryor experienced a setback late Saturday, and that his concussion symptoms reappeared...
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Terrelle Pryor- Oakland Raiders- Questionable
If Pryor wants to play this Sunday he has to pass one final concussion test tomorrow. I personally would not gamble on him this week even though he has a nice matchup against Washington...
Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt Flynn will start Sunday against the Washington Redskins a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Terrelle Pryor who had started the first three weeks had been listed as questionable due to a concussion suffered Monday night.
Pryor who is the Raiders' leading rusher through three games with 198 yards passed his final concussion protocol...