Report: Terrelle Pryor Agrees to Four-Year Deal with Raiders


After all of the controversy, sanctions and suspensions, Terrelle Pryor has finally made it to the NFL.

On Monday he was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the NFL's Supplemental Draft, and on Thursday Pryor reached an agreement with the team for a four-year deal, according to

Prior to the draft, Pryor was suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for the first five games of the season — the same number of games he would have been suspended had he continued to play at Ohio State.

While the former Buckeye quarterback cannot play for the Raiders until Week 6, now that he has officially signed a contract, he will be able to start practicing with the team.

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