Last week, Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor fired agent Jerome Stanley, who had accused coach Dennis Allen of setting Pryor up to fail by making him the Week 17 starter.
Per a league source, Pryor has hired Drew and Jason Rosenhaus to handle Pryor’s interests going forward.
Drew and Jason Rosenhaus represented Pryor earlier in his career, when he emerged from Ohio State and entered the NFL via the supplemental draft. A third-round pick after the lockout ended in 2011, Pryor has completed three years of his four-year rookie deal.
Absent an extension with the Raiders, Pryor will be a free agent in 2015. The Raiders could decide to move on from Pryor, or to keep him around at a relatively cheap base salary of $705,000.
Pryor showed promise early in the 2013 season. A knee injury gave undrafted rookie Matt McGloin a chance to play. McGloin thereafter took the starting job, with Pryor making a pair of cameo appearances before starting the regular-season finale against the Broncos.