• Raiders' Pryor (concussion) joins list of wounded

    Summary of 35 articles · Updated Sep 30, 2013
    Pryor did not practice Wednesday. Pryor passed a concussion test Wednesday, allowing him to return to practice. Allen said he was “very hopeful,” that Pryor would be able to return next week against the Chargers. “People say that they’re not that good because of what happened with them Monday night against the Broncos, but watching the tape you can see how aggressive they are and how they fly to the football. Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor was on the field, helmet on, during the media window of the noncontact practice Friday afternoon. He practiced the past two days, but the Raiders decided to go with Flynn, who will make his first start of the season Sunday. He has started two games in his career, when he was in Green Bay, going 24-for-37 for 251 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in 2010 at New England, and then throwing for 480 yards and six touchdowns against Detroit in the 2011 season finale for the Packers.
    • Allen: Raiders held Pryor after “extreme caution”

      After breaking down the obvious, that Matt Flynn didn’t play well, the Raiders also admitted how close Terrelle Pryor was to making him a moot point. According to Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group, Raiders coach Dennis Allen said they erred on t…
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      OAKLAND -- The thinking went like this and, really, never deviated, despite some cloak and dagger gamesmanship from Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen late in the week and conflicting reports: If Terrelle Pryor was healthy enough to suit up against the …
    • Report: Pryor showed concussion symptoms last night

      There’s a reason there were conflicting reports last night about Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor’s status — it kept changing. According to FOX’s Jay Glazer, Pryor began showing concussion symptoms last night, after initially being cleared. That led t…
    • NFLPA plans to explore whether Pryor went to sideline after concussion

      The NFL Players Association remains concerned about the manner in which Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor’s concussion was handled during a Monday night game in Denver. And for good reason. A full two minutes and 50 seconds passed from the time Pryor t…
    • Pryor feels ‘great,’ might start Sunday if he passes non-mandatory test

      ALAMEDA – Starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been medically cleared for full contact and to play again, Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Friday. However, Pryor has to pass one final concussion-related test before Allen signs off on Pryor’s return to…
    • Woodyard not fined for hit on Pryor

      Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor thought Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard should be fined for the hit that gave him a concussion. The NFL said Friday it did not agree, and Woodyard was not fined. Once Pryor took off running, he was not offered the s…
    • Did Pryor prep Raiders' D for RG III?

      ALAMEDA, Calif. – While it is not known yet if Terrelle Pryor will set foot on the field Sunday, the concussed Raiders quarterback’s skill set will have already left an impression. A training camp and early season's worth of practices against Pryor shou…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Good luck making sense of concussions

      So NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league’s protocol regarding concussions served its purpose with regard to Terrelle Pryor. The whole issue of whether the Pryor situation was handled correctly was overblown because the league can’t possibly be …
    • Pryor, Griffin a cautionary tale on running QBs

      What could have shaped up as a battle between two of the NFL’s most gifted athletes is instead a cautionary tale on the perils of being a quarterback that runs the ball. Terrelle Pryor may not start for the Raiders Sunday against the Washington Redskins…
    • Pryor, Olawale upgraded for Raiders

      ALAMEDA, Calif. – Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor eventually put on his helmet and took some reps during practice Thursday, but he was listed as a limited participant three days after suffering a concussion and 24 hours after not practicing. …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Helmet-less Pryor a practice observer

      ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor was an observer during the 30-minute media window of practice Thursday as he participated in stretch and shadowed drills. But he was not wearing a helmet. Pryor, who suffered a concussion lat…
      Source: ESPN.com

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