Report: Bills offer contract to WR Terrelle Pryor

October 29, 2018 - 4:51 pm

The Bills have one of the worst offenses in the NFL and it looks like they could be looking for some help at wide receiver. Veteran wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, according to Ian Rapoport,  was spotted at the airport in Buffalo and he was on his way to a visit with the Bills. ESPN’s Josina Anderson added this.

I'm told WR Terrelle Pryor flew into Buffalo last night. The #Bills have offered Pryor a contract that is currently under consideration, per source.

— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) October 29, 2018

Pryor is 29 years old and has played for four teams in his NFL career dating back to 2011. He played in Oakland, Cleveland, Washington, and most recently with the New York Jets. With the Jets this season, Pryor had two touchdowns and 235 receiving yards. He was released after sustaining a groin injury. Comparing Pryor to some of the other receivers Buffalo has, Zay Jones has one touchdown and 226 receiving yards. Kelvin Benjamin also has just one touchdown and 217 receiving yards.

With Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline approaching, Kelvin Benjamin’s future with this team might be in question. Benjamin is in the final year of his contract and the fact that the Bills could possibly be bringing in Pryor could indicate that they are looking to move Benjamin. The Bills gave up a third round pick for Benjamin at the trade deadline last year.

When Pryor was cut by the Jets, their head coach Todd Bowles confirmed that the door is still open on the Jets potentially bringing Pryor back.

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