Terrelle Pryor has, at long last, earned a spot in the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft. And he's happy enough about that outcome that he won't be appealing the five-game suspension he will face if he gets drafted, according to Pro Football Talk. PFT proprietor Mike Florio spoke with Pryor's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, who said that the former Ohio State quarterback will not appeal the five-game suspension.
Pryor will also be able to participate fully in everything up to practices and games during his five-game suspension.
Pryor's draft stock is something of a mystery, though he was assumed to be a mid-round prospect for either the 2011 NFL Draft or 2012 NFL Draft, with most scouts concerned about his proficiency as a passer. Pryor will hold his own pro day in Pittsburgh on Saturday in an effort to display his talents to NFL teams, but it is unclear whether or which teams will show interest.
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