Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, happy to ultimately be included in the supplemental draft, will not appeal the NFL’s decision to suspend him for five games.
Agent Drew Rosenhaus tells PFT that Pryor accepts the suspension. Although he will be barred from practicing or playing in games, Rosenhaus said that Pryor will be allowed to attend meetings and work out at the team facility — if, of course, he’s on a team.
To aid his effort, Pryor will conduct a Pro Day workout at 1:00 p.m. ET Saturday in the Pittsburgh area. Pryor has been working with former NFL quarterback, offensive coordinator, and quarterbacks coach Ken Anderson.
Although the NFLPA ultimately agreed to the five-game suspension, Rosenhaus praised NFLPA executive director De Smith for his efforts to persuade the NFL to allow Pryor to enter the draft pool. Rosenhaus said that, with Smith’s involvement, Pryor likely would have been excluded.