According to a league source, the Cleveland Browns will attend quarterback Terrelle Pryor’s Pro Day on Friday, which will take place near Pittsburgh (Pryor’s hometown).
Not much else is known about this – it’s not even known who would be representing the Browns at the Pro Day. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise though. As you may know, the Browns made their interest in Pryor known a few weeks ago when head coach Pat Shurmur certainly wasn’t going to rule out the possibility of drafting the former Ohio State quarterback.
Of course, this all hinges on Pryor’s eligibility for the August 17 supplemental draft, something he is still waiting to get a verdict on. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus sent out this tweet today:
"We spoke with the NFL today and were told that no decision has been made yet regarding Terrelle’s eligibility for the supplemental draft"
If Pryor becomes eligible and the Browns decide that they want to draft him, they will have to submit a bid on which round they want to select the quarterback and, should they win, will give up the corresponding pick in next year’s actual draft. Rosenhaus has been touting Pryor as a first-round pick but it’s hard to imagine any team blowing that kind of pick on Pryor right now.