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Terrelle Pryor might be on his way out with Oakland Raiders

Terrelle Pryor #2 of the Oakland Raiders in action against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Coliseum on October 27, 2013 in Oakland, California.
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Quarterback Terrelle Pryor could be out of the Oakland Raiders' organization. His chance to show that he was the quarterback to lead the Silver and Black has passed, and, now, he might have to look elsewhere to prove his talent.

It was reported on Wednesday that Pryor fired his agent, Jerome Stanley. The agent had done some trash talking about the Raiders at the end of this past season.

Stanley claimed that the Raiders purposely started Pryor in week 17 against the Denver Broncos in hopes that Pryor would do horrible, so the organization would have a good excuse to release Pryor.

Why did Pryor fire his agent? Maybe to cool some heels with the Raiders so he can stay on board? Who knows?

Anyway, Pryor has been with the Oakland Raiders for three years. This past season, he had a chance to show what he could provide. The only thing he proved was that he could scramble, almost to the right side every time, and that he can run.

His passing, well that is something else. Pryor did not impress the Raiders with his passing skills, as he only threw for seven touchdowns but had 11 pics in 11 games.

Terrelle Pryor’s chances of coming back to the Raiders could be minimal, especially if the Oakland Raiders decide to pick up a quarterback in the first round pick for the 2014 NFL Draft.

If the Raiders chose a quarterback in April, Terrelle Pryor might have to go elsewhere. Seriously, the Oakland Raiders are fresh out of quarterbacks, so why not take a chance with a rookie as a starter!

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