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Terrell Pyror working out for the Jaguars

Buffalo Bills v New York Jets Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images

The Jacksonville Jaguars don’t seem to be done trying to figure out their roster, as the team hosted wide receiver Terrell Pryor on Wednesday for a workout.

The former decorated Ohio State quarterback originally entered the NFL in the 2011 supplemental draft when the Oakland Raiders spent a third round pick on him. Pryor entered the NFL with the intent to play quarterback, originally backing up for the Raiders but found himself as a starter for nine games in 2013, going 3-6 completing 57 percent of his passes, throwing for nearly 1,800 yards and had 7 passing touchdowns with 11 interceptions.

Funnily enough, Pryor’s first win as a starting quarterback came against the Jaguars in Week 2 of the 2013 season.

After his stink with the Raiders, Pryor bounced around multiple teams before finally finding a home with the Cleveland Browns as a full time wide receiver. Pryor had a breakout season in 2016 with 77 receptions, over 1,000 yards receiving and four touchdowns.

Pryor since then spent time with the New York Jets, Washington and the Buffalo Bills without a ton of production and dealing with a handful of injuries.