Agent Drew Rosenhaus is informing teams that Terrelle Pryor is changing positions to receiver.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 19, 2015
So, Pryor is hanging it up at QB and making the switch to wideout. What kind of potential does he have there? Well, according to CBS Sports.com, he clocked a 4.38-4.41 second 40 yard dash, which is quite impressive for a 6'4" 232 pound player. His 4.3 second short shuttle, 7.2 second 3-cone drill, 31" vertical, and 10'4" broad jump are unimpressive, however.
Of the project receivers at the back end of the roster, Darius Jennings, Josh Lenz, and now Shane Wynn are all undersized slot receiver and return man types. The two bigger-bodied guys are Rodney Smith and Kevin Cone. Both are a bit smaller than Pryor and have less top end speed but are likely much more polished than he is.
Just a reminder, Pryor was with Browns OC John DeFilippo for two years in Oakland in 2012 and 2013. He was then traded to Seattle for a 7th round pick after the 2013 season.
Would you be interested in cutting one of the five above receivers and adding Pryor to the Browns roster?