Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor returned to practice on Thursday. Pryor missed Wednesday's practice with a knee injury. He's still being limited this week, splitting first-team reps with undrafted rookie Matt McGloin.
Pryor suffered a sprained MCL in last week's loss to the New York Giants. He's far less than 100 percent, but the Raiders are hoping he will be able to suit up against the Houston Texans in Week 11. McGloin will make his first NFL career start if Pryor is unable to go. Through eight games, Pryor has thrown for 1,559 yards, five touchdowns and 10 interceptions, adding 504 rushing yards.
Fantasy impact: It's sounding like Pryor will try to play on Sunday, but his fantasy days seem to be over. After starting the season as a borderline QB1, Pryor has thrown eight picks in the last four games and the knee injury has sapped his running ability. Fantasy owners may have missed their chance to sell high on Pryor and shouldn't be starting him if they're serious about making a playoff run.