Pryor Goes from Ghost to Man

Pryor Goes from Ghost to Man

Terrelle Pryor was the Raiders' famous phantom last season -- highly anticipated but nearly invisible, unplayable and inaudible.

He knew it. He didn't know what to do about it. He helped to cause it, and the Raiders' traditional midseason chaos didn't help any of it, either.

After the abrupt, controversial end to Pryor's Ohio State career, his selection by the Raiders in the supplemental draft and his five-game NFL suspension, Pryor remained a 2011 afterthought.

"I didn't know anything last year, nothing at all," Pryor said after a Raiders full-team workout this week.

"I came in last year at the end of camp, and everything was already put in. I couldn't ask the coach, the offensive coordinator.

"We didn't even have a quarterbacks coach, so I couldn't even learn anything from that standpoint. So this is definitely a blessing, and this is in God's hands."

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