The NFL is reserved for the best of the best that the world has to offer. Pulling players from colleges and teams all over the planet, the NFL is not really respected as the pool of superior talent that it actually is. Perhaps this is due in large part to how popular college football still is. In any event, we digress. What we are getting at is simple: If you can make it to the NFL as a QB and actually stay in the league, even as a back up, then you are talented. Terrelle Pryor was picked up by Al Davis and the Raiders in the supplemental draft and has since bounced around from roster to roster, but he\'s still there.

The talented dual threat QB, who has the record for longest run by a QB in Raider history, is now trying to reinvent himself in Cleveland. Pryor has only played in 14 total games since making it in the NFL, all with the Oakland Raiders, but he showed off some nice stuff while doing. Pryor struggled with his completion percentage but he reeled off almost 600 yards of rushing and 2 touchdowns in 11 games in 2013, while also throwing for almost 1,800 yards and 7 more scores according to NY Times.

Now in Cleveland Pryor is willing to take on the \'slash role\'. Pryor was primarily brought in to Cleveland to work out as a receiver but will also take snaps at running back and QB. We are rooting for him, he might be the weapon that Cleveland needs.