Browns Cut Terrelle Pryor Three Days Before First Game: Their Fans Not Amused
Just when you thought that hometown hero Terrelle Pryor had stuck with the Cleveland Browns, they release him.
This has to be the most painful cut of all this year. Pryor made the 53-man roster, the Browns cutting Josh Lenz to keep Pryor, and even giving Pryor Lenz's number. Pryor had been converted from a quarterback to a wide receiver. But today he was released. Why? Because the Browns were awarded former Seattle Seahawks running back Robert Turbin on waivers.
Damn, so close.
— NFL (@NFL) September 10, 2015
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) September 10, 2015
— marcus brewster (@mac926) September 10, 2015
Pryor, who played for the Raiders, Seahawks Chiefs and Bengals, won two Big Ten championships at Ohio State, one Rose Bowl, and has the longest TD run for a quarterback in NFL history (93 yards).
Poor Terrell Pryor can't seem to find a job in the NFL. Should have chose basketball over football. Would have made millions L5 years
— Thomas James (@T_James32) September 10, 2015
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