Terrelle Pryor could be back under center today.
The former Ohio State player has been playing well for the Browns so far as wide receiver this season, his first full campaign as a wideout in the NFL. But with Cleveland facing injury issues, the Browns are down to their third-string quarterback, Cody Kessler.
Given the situation, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Pryor could wind up taking some snaps today against the Dolphins.
Browns' WR Terrelle Pryor could wind up getting limited snaps at QB today vs. Dolphins, per sources. https://t.co/XrBaFDSg84
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 25, 2016
Pryor, who was a signal-caller in college, was a quarterback for the Raiders during his first three NFL seasons, appearing in 14 games. He transitioned to wide receiver this season, and the 6-foot-4 Pryor has six grabs for 100 yards – including a 44-yard grab – in two games this year.