On the Browns’ first offensive play of the game against the Packers, QB Robert Griffin III hit WR Terrelle Pryor for a 49-yard bomb down the right sideline. Griffin took a hit on the play and Pryor used a “veteran” pushoff to gain some separation before making the diving catch.
#Browns first play from scrimmage?@RG3 ➡️ @TerrellePryor for 49 yardshttps://t.co/9SqRBS5JMh— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 13, 2016
The two hooked up again for a first down on the drive, before Griffin threw an interception at the goal line after a miscommunication with TE Gary Barnidge.