The league announced on Thursday morning that former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor will be eligible for the 2011 NFL supplemental draft. He'll also be suspended the first five games of the season and won't be allowed to play or practice in that time.
To prepare for the supplemental draft, Pryor will be conducting a pro day on Saturday, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, tells Pro Football Talk.
The original date of the supplemental draft was Aug. 17 and Pryor had a workout scheduled a few days before that. Once the date of the draft was delayed, Pryor also delayed his pro day. With the date now set, Pryor's workout for NFL teams will go down this weekend.
Pryor's in a tough spot because any team that picks him up in the supplemental draft can't allow him to practice or play for the first five weeks of the season. That means most of his rookie year will be a waste which certainly won't encourage teams to select him in the draft.