Terrelle Pryor injury update: Doesn't practice Wednesday, still has fantasy value

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Pryor sat out of practice on Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor did not practice on Wednesday. He is undergoing concussion testing after leaving Monday night's game and not returning.

Pryor tweeted that he didn't remember some of the game, which is a scary thought. He did put up some stats in the game at Denver with 281 passing yards and 36 yards on the ground.

The former Buckeye made some nice strides as a passer and his delivery is a little more compact. Pryor ranks 11th in the league in completion percentage at 65.4 and in yards per attempt at 7.7.

Fantasy impact: He could miss Week 4's game against the Redskins and that would be unfortunate. The Skins have a horrible secondary and this would set up nicely for Pryor. He's starting to get on the same page with receivers Rod Streater and Denarius Moore, so better things could be coming as the season progresses, too. Fantasy owners are going to want to hang in there with Pryor and he's a top-15 play as long as he's active this week. Matt Flynn would start, but carries too much risk after being sacked a ton in the preseason.

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