We will not being seeing Terrelle Pryor in a Bengals uniform this season, or any uniform for that matter. As the Cincinnati Bengals ended the minicamp they waived Pryor a final goodbye. Pryor was with the team for a month but he just didn’t fit the bill.
Pryor signed with the Bengals on May 10th after a successful audition in a three-day rookie camp. He had hopes of at lease becoming a back-up quarterback.
Pryor has been a human Ping-Pong ball in the league the last two years. Since 2013 he has played for Kansas City, Seattle and Oakland. Oakland drafted Pryor in 2011 in a supplemental draft when Hue Jackson was the head coach. Jackson, now the offensive coordinator for the Bengals is he reason Pryor got the audition in Cincinnati to begin with.
I wish the best of luck to Terrell Pryor and his NFL career.