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Terrelle Pryor excited about preseason game against Raiders

It may just be the fourth preseason game but for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor it is a chance to prove his old team wrong. “I told them I wanted to be traded,” Pryor said via ESPN about the Oakland Raiders. “It took a while for them to trade me.” The Raiders picked up a seventh round draft pick from the Seahawks in April for Pryor. “At first they didn’t...
Via Tireball.com
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Behind Enemy Lines: What to expect when you’re expecting to crush the Oakland Raiders

Tomorrow night the Seattle Seahawks will take a trip to Oakland to play the Raiders in the final preseason game of 2014. While the final score may not count for anything and the starters will probably not play at all, the fourth game means the world to the guys on the roster bubble. Since the last full Raiders game I watched was the 2002 Super bowl, I don’t know a whole lot about...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Seattle Seahawks should trade Terrelle Pryor to the Rams

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Tavaris Jackson doesn’t need to worry about losing his job to Terrelle Pryor. The number two slot behind the franchise Russell Wilson is as locked up as any roster spot on the team. Jackson is not spectacular, but his confidence and familiarity with Seattle’s system make him a comfortable fill-in for Wilson for a few plays here and there, or in a...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Pressure on Terrelle Pryor to perform Thursday against Oakland Raiders

Terelle Pryor was always facing an uphill battle to make a roster spot with the Seattle Seahawks. When he was traded from the Oakland Raiders for a seventh rounder back in April, I considered the move to be nothing but gravy: Seattle gave up very little for him and expectations had to be pretty low. If he showed them something, great. If not, no biggy. At times throughout training...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll likes the way Terrelle Pryor is throwing the ball

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is liking what he sees from back up quarterback Terrelle Pryor and the way he throws the ball off. “I like the way he throws the ball,” Carroll said. “He’s been great in practice. He hasn’t had as much opportunity yet [in games] as we’d like to see. The games have just gone in a manner that he hasn’t had to [throw the ball]. But he throws...
Via Pro Football Zone
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch Terrelle Pryor Make The Chargers’ Backups Look Like A JV Squad

We’re not sure what Pete Carroll’s master plan is in regards to Terrelle Pryor, but if the former Raiders quarterback ends up making the Seahawks’ final roster, and his only role — as backup or third string quarterback — is to emulate Colin Kaepernick on the scout offense during the two (or potentially three weeks) the Seahawks have to prep for the 49ers, then it’ll be...
Via Next Impulse Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor admits he was wrong for breaking NCAA rules

Seahawks back up quarterback Terrelle Pryor told 710 ESPN Radio that he was wrong for breaking NCAA rules when he was at Ohio State. “I’m glad they did that,” Pryor said. “The only thing I will say about that is when I was at Ohio State, all you see is red jerseys in the stands and you see a lot of No. 2s [Pryor's number at Ohio State]. I’ll leave it at that.” ...
Via Pro Football Zone
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor Says He Was Wrong For Breaking NCAA Rules At Ohio State, Supports Decision In O’Bannon Lawsuit

It’s been a few years since former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor left Columbus after being accused of receiving impermissible benefits. After looking back on the situation, Pryor told ESPN on Tuesday that he admits that he was wrong for breaking the NCAA’s rules. However, the current Seattle Seahawks quarterback admits that his intentions were in the right place, even...
Via College Spun
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks GM explains why they traded for Terrelle Pryor

Seahawks general manager John Schneider told Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon on SiriusXM NFL Radio why they traded for Terrelle Pryor. “We’re always trying to improve competition at every position and we saw this as an opportunity to do that,” Schneider said , via ProFootballTalk.com. “Rare athlete, size and speed. . . .  We’re just excited about his upside and the type...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

The confusion about Oakland Raiders cutting Terrelle Pryor

If reports are true, the Oakland Raiders are supposed to cut quarterback Terrelle Pryor before the beginning of offseason workouts on Tuesday. Which of course means that today could be the final day of Pyror’s tenure with the Silver and Black. But is cutting Pryor now such a good idea for the Raiders? According to the reports, the Raiders do not want Pryor on the team by the start...
Via cover32 - Raiders
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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