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An idea. Maybe not a good one, but an idea. Terrelle Pryor?

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Yes, the dude is highly inconsistent, but on some plays he does look like he has Cam-esque qualities.  Perhaps he can be coached up (or not), making any situation where Cam would get hurt pretty much seamless as far as the offense goes. IDK.

 

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Of course he may not want to come here, and just like he reminds me of Cam sometimes, I also see some The Golden Calf of Bristol-like play in his game as well.  Some might say he basically sucks, and they may be right, but I think Pryor is an enigma.

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We got Joe Webb which is basically Terrell Pryor without being annoying like Prior. God I loved when Pryor tried running on us and everyone got excited then Kuechly layed him the fug out

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Not worth trading for.

 

But if/when the Raiders cut him, if he'd sign for minimum, I wouldn't be against it.

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Not worth trading for.

 

But if/when the Raiders cut him, if he'd sign for minimum, I wouldn't be against it.

 

Oh, I wasn't suggesting a trade.  Dude is living on borrowed time.

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Can he play LT?

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He is leaving Oakland because he wants a chance to start, he wont get that here. As a backup, yeah. But he doesn't want that role. If he would take it, and we didnt have Anderson or Webb, then I would be okay with it.

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If Pryor is cut, I'd bring him in. He'd be a nicer back up than Webb. Let's face it, Derek will be a goner next year anyways.

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He is leaving Oakland because he wants a chance to start, he wont get that here. As a backup, yeah. But he doesn't want that role. If he would take it, and we didnt have Anderson or Webb, then I would be okay with it.

Pryor won't get an opportunity to start anywhere. That ship has sailed. He got benched by The Raiders... THE RAIDERS.

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It's funny he thinks he's a starter but can't even win the Oakland job haha

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No thank you. He won't come here anyways.

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