Terrelle Pryor's Lawyer Might Not Be Helping Terrelle Pryor's Case

Did you hear Terrelle Pryor's lawyer melt down on satellite radio this morning? Dennis Dodd did! CBS has a sketchy transcript of the fit Larry James pitched on the "Jason & The GM Show." Among his more entertaining salient points:

• Vague and lawyerly threats of a lawsuit in some hazy future over the ESPN report on the five-figure income from memorabilia sales Pryor is said to have enjoyed during his time at Ohio State.

• The bold prediction that all nine players outed for tattoo swaps in George Dohrmann's report will be cleared of any wrongdoing.

• Sad refusal to comment on the hilarious water-cooler gossip that paints Pryor as a hot prospect for the Canadian Football League, an offer Pryor is said to have unfortunately scorned

•  And here's my favorite:

"He went on to say that "most" of Pryor's wrongdoing is limited to the selling of memorabilia "when he was a freshman, 18 or 19 years old at a time".

So Terrelle Pryor's allegedly been ineligible, technically, this whole time? Great news, Arkansas fans!

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