The Jacksonville Jaguars added another wide receiver to a position group that is full of potential, but with few sure things.
Jacksonville added veteran wideout Terrelle Pryor to their roster after signing him to a one-year deal on Monday.
Pryor, who was drafted as a quarterback out of Ohio State by the Raiders in the 2011 NFL Draft, has spent the majority of his pro career as a wide receiver.
The 29-year-old played last season with the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets. He caught only 16 passes for 252 yards and 2 touchdowns in a disappointing 2018 campaign.
The NFL veteran had his best season after making the transition to receiver in the 2016 season for the Cleveland Browns. This year, he broke the thousand-yard mark with 1,007 receiving yard sale and 7 touchdowns.
He has thus far been unable to replicate this success.
Jacksonville is willing, however, to give the wideout a short-term deal to see if he can regain the magic that he found in 2016.
Specific terms of the deal are yet to be announced.