Five losses in five games to start the Cleveland Browns season. And now, somehow, five quarterbacks have played as well.
After Charlie Whitehurst and Cody Kessler both went down with injuries on Sunday in a 33-13 loss to the Patriots, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor was needed in emergency duty.
Pryor, now one of the top wide receivers for the NFL’s worst team, was 1-for-3 passing, completing one five-yard attempt. Pryor entered with 3:57 left to play, the score out of hand, and completed his first and only pass of the afternoon.
Starting QB Robert Griffin III is out after fracturing a bone in his shoulder in September. Backup Josh McCown is also out with a shoulder injury.
Pryor had 19 catches for 290 yards this season, and one touchdown before being called for QB duty. The 27-year-old was at OSU from 2008-2010 and completed 6,177 passing yards during that time.