The supplemental draft is scheduled to be held in only three days. And the NFL still hasn’t decided whether former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be included.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Pryor and his representatives hope to meet with Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday or Tuesday in order to get an answer, and ultimately to get in.
It’s becoming more and more obvious that, with all due respect and deference, the NFL is jerking Pryor around. At this point, even if they let him in, he’ll be hard pressed to conduct a Pro Day workout before Wednesday.
We’ll have more details about Pryor’s case for inclusion later. Apparently, Pryor already has shown that it was inevitable he was going to get kicked out of Ohio State before he announced that he was leaving. That fact, if true, would undercut the notion that he’s being excluded because the league doesn’t want players to be able to become eligible for the supplemental draft by quitting school and hiring an agent.