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Pryor caught another bomb from RGIII in tonight’s preseason game

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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.

Terrelle Pryor (Getty Images)

Terrelle Pryor (Getty Images)

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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