The Jets plan to release injured Terrelle Pryor

Jose Verdugo
Octubre 21, 2018

In a surprise move, the Jets are set to release wide receiver Terrelle Pryor who his nursing a tear in his groin, further depleting a Jets wide receiver corps that's without Quincy Enunwa (high ankle sprain) and had to hold Robby Anderson out of practice earlier this week with a balky hamstring.

The injury could keep Pryor out for a while, but according to the source, he could return to the Jets when healthy. Other teams are "likely to be interested" in adding Pryor per Schefter. "The 6'0", 186-pounder had 13 receptions for 156 yards and three touchdowns in the Trojans' Rose Bowl victory over Penn State. He was coming off his best performance of the year, racking up 57 yards and a touchdown on five catches against Indianapolis last Sunday. He came back as a junior and led USC with 86 receptions for 1,114 yards and nine touchdowns.

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He signed a one-year, $4.5 million deal, which included a $1 million signing bonus, with the Jets in March.

NY has expressed interest in bringing Pryor back to its offense when he recovers from the torn groin, but a return to the Meadowlands is no guarantee. Pryor will, however, be able to sign with another team.

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