Cleveland Browns fans have been waiting for this all season, and they finally got it in Week 17: Terrelle Pryor making his first catch as a wide receiver. Facing a 3rd-and-19 with under a minute to play in the first half, QB Austin Davis fired the ball deep up the left sideline to Pryor, who made a 42-yard catch over starting CB Antwon Blake:
Well, hello WR Terrelle Pryor https://t.co/3YWCqGEFmf— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) January 3, 2016
The Browns tried to hit Pryor in the end zone on the next play, but the Steelers double-covered him and broke up the pass. Cleveland settled for a field goal.
Browns WR Josh Gordon, who has worked with Pryor in the offseason and is currently serving a one-year ban, said that it's about time:
Bout time somebody gave the ball to @TerrellePryor .. Feed him again..— Flash Gordon (@JOSH_GORDONXII) January 3, 2016