By Anthony Caruso III
Terrelle Pryor was a bust as a quarterback. However, could the Cleveland Browns found something special in his move with Robert Griffin III as the quarterback?
For the second straight week, the two connected on a long reception. This time around against the Atlanta Falcons, Pryor caught a 50-yard reception.
He lined up against Falcons corner Desmond Trufant, then broke free to get the bomb down the field. It was his only catch in the game – as he was targeted only twice.
In two exhibition games, he has three receptions for a 107 yards. With these performances, it wouldn’t be surprising if Pryor will be a week one starter.
The 27-year-old was with the team last season, but only saw action in three games. He had a reception for 42-yards – which he has already surpassed this preseason.
With the team not sure what they’re going to get from Josh Gordon – as he returns to the league following his NFL suspension – Pryor might turn out to be their No. 1 receiver going into Week 1.
The Browns starting wide receivers could be Pryor and rookie Corey Coleman, who was drafted in the first-round.
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