A few weeks back, free agent to be Terrelle Pryor was non-committal about his potential return to the Oakland Raiders.
That of course was when he was still represented by Jerome Stanley, who as you’ll likely recall, ripped the Raiders organization late in the season for playing Pryor in Week 17 – suggesting the team was attempting to put Pryor in a position to fail. However, as of today, the quarterback is no longer represented by Stanley after the signal caller fired him recently.
Terrelle Pryor has fired his agent, who publicly criticized the team for playing Pryor in Week 17. He has not yet hired a new agent.
Pryor of course had to do as much damage control as he could and now seems to be on the outside looking in regarding a return to Oakland.
Likely realizing he’s unlikely to get a deal elsewhere, it’s possible Pryor could be attempting to mend the fences with the Raiders front office – though there could be too much water under the bridge at this point, especially if Oakland drafts a quarterback in the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft.