Terrelle Pryor making waves in the one-handed catch game

It seems as though former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is adjusting fairly nicely to his new position with the Cleveland Browns.

Just a few weeks ago, Pryor was waived by the Cincinnati Bengals and then he made some fairly big news when he decided to switch to wide receiver when signed with the team’s biggest in-state rival.

Pryor has been working on his hands, and he seems to be doing his best Odell Beckham Jr. impression by practicing his one-handed catches. It looks like he is trying to get on the level of some elite NFL receivers.

We all know that Pryor is a pretty good athlete. He is still remembered as one of the better Ohio State quarterbacks of this generation and he proved his athleticism with that crazy ninety yard run against the Pittsburgh Steelers when he was playing for the Oakland Raiders a few years ago.

I personally hope that he does well as a receiver, but he’s in Cleveland. Who do they have that can really throw the ball to him? I really hope Josh McCown can live up to his own hype.

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