Steelers news: Terrelle Pryor would like to resurrect NFL career with Pittsburgh
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Terrelle Pryor would like to resurrect NFL career with Steelers

Terrelle Pryor, Steelers

Terrelle Pryor is preparing to make an NFL comeback, telling TMZ Sports that he’s already talked with five teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots.

“There have been conversations with a couple — five teams,” Pryor told TMZ on Monday.

It’s been nearly two years since the last time Terrelle Pryor has played in a regular season NFL game. During the 2018 season with the New York Jets, Pryor was released after suffering a groin injury. The 31-year-old then signed with the Buffalo Bills but was released after two games. That season, Pryor caught 16 passes for 252 yards in eight games.

Then in 2019, Terrelle Pryor signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars for training camp but failed to make the roster and was released before the season started. However, despite not playing for nearly two years, Pryor believes he can still play.

“I can still play,” Pryor said. “And, I can still make plays and dominate. I know that.”

Terrelle Pryor also told TMZ Sports that the Steelers and Patriots are two of his top fits among the group of the five teams.

“Those two are very intriguing,” Terrelle Pryor said. “Especially Cam. I’ve been a big fan of him throughout the years … And, obviously, Big Ben, that’s my hometown of Pittsburgh, so that’s just two teams that I really want to play for.”

Nevertheless, throughout his NFL career, Terrelle Pryor has proven that he can be a reliable receiver. In his six seasons in the NFL, Pryor has caught 115 passes for 1,563 yards and seven touchdowns.

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