Robert Griffin III is back to work, but Washington is still kicking the tires on another mobile quarterback.
Terrelle Pryor, the former Raiders quarterback who has been out of the NFL since Seattle cut him in the preseason, has worked out for Washington. A league source tells PFT that Pryor visited Washington today.
With Griffin now healthy and Colt McCoy and Kirk Cousins established as the backups, it seems unlikely that Washington would sign Pryor. But they’re at least interested in seeing how he looks.
A supplemental pick of the Raiders in 2011, Pryor spent most of his first two NFL seasons on the bench before becoming Oakland’s starter last season. He showed flashes of talent at times but also struggled at times and had too many turnovers, and the Raiders decided this year that they were no longer interested in his services. Pryor also struggled in four preseason games for the Seahawks this year.