Terrelle Pryor returned to the Ohio State football stadium for the first time since he was banned from all association with their athletic department for his involvement in the 2011 Tattoo Gate scandal. While he was not able to participate in the Cleveland Browns’ scrimmage in The Horseshoe, he had some good advice for one of the Buckeyes.
Apparently, Pryor had a conversation with Braxton Miller and he told he to get focused on the team’s playbook and learn it to the best of his ability. That is pretty good advice considering Miller making a position change this summer.
It looked as though Pryor was also getting to know head coach Urban Meyer a little better.
If anyone knows about making a drastic change in your career, it’s Pryor. After a few seasons in the NFL, Pryor realized that he would not be able to make it as a quarterback. So upon his arrival in Cleveland in June, he decided to change his position to wide receiver, much like Miller did.
TP's advice for Braxton: "Stay in the playbook, watch the receivers who have been doing it for a while and always be working on your craft."
— Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) August 8, 2015
That is some pretty solid advice from Pryor who has been sitting behind some pretty talented receivers in Cleveland this summer. Who know? Miller could be the next great NFL receiver. Fans will just have to wait and see.
The Buckeyes take the field on September 7 when they play on the road against Virginia Tech.
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