Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, although on the losing side of his teams' Monday night matchup with the Denver Broncos, was having a pretty decent game. Too bad he doesn't remember much after a hard helmet-to-helmet hit that took him out of the game.
Pryor was diagnosed with a concussion after the late fourth quarter hit from linebacker Wesley Woodyard.
“Sorry about the loss RaiderNation,” Pryor wrote on Twitter. “I don’t remember much! Good hit by whoever it was. I heard our team fought well . . . We will be back!”
Although Pryor later wrote that he feels fine, he still might sit out week 4 against the Washington Redskins, as head coach Dennis Allen isn't sure about his available due the NFL's concussion protocols.
“He’s got to go through the protocol,” Allen said. “So, we’ll look at how he’s doing tomorrow; we’ll see whether or not he’s able to go or not, and then we’ll see as the week goes on and make a determination on what we can do. . . . I think we’ve got to be prepared for any option. Obviously if Terrelle’s not able to go, Matt Flynn will be the guy. So I think we’ve got to be prepared for either scenario.”