Found May 28, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor said that he called up former NFL quarterback Rich Gannon to try to work out with him, in order to get some on the field advice. “I called him and he gave me some wisdom on the game of football,” Pryor said. Pryor believes all he needs to do is improve his footwork, while some scouts have questioend his throwing mechanics. “I work with the best, I work with Carson every day,” Pryor said. “I think the biggest thing is to keep working on my feet and getting my footwork done because sometimes it’s not consistent. When it’s consistent, I make perfect throws. When it’s not, sometimes it’s not the best drive. So I just have to keep working on that and getting better at it.”

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