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Terrelle Pryor
QB #2
Ohio State
TOTAL 15 302 170 56.3 20.1 1,953 6.5 130.2 9 3 12 4 73 18 4 31 203 69.3
2013 OAK 11 272 156 57.4 24.7 1,798 6.6 163.5 7 2.6 11 4 73T 16 4 31 203 69.1
2012 OAK 3 30 14 46.7 10 155 5.2 51.7 2 6.7 1 3.3 38 2 0 0 0 70.8
2011 OAK 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
TOTAL 15 93 6.2 627 6.7 41.8 3 93 31 33.3 8 1 2
2013 OAK 11 83 7.5 576 6.9 52.4 2 93T 27 32.5 8 1 2
2012 OAK 3 10 3.3 51 5.1 17 1 9 4 40 0 0 0
2011 OAK 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
TOTAL 15 1 22 22 1.5 22 0 1 0 1 0
2013 OAK 11 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 OAK 3 1 22 22 7.3 22 0 1 0 1 0
2011 OAK 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
TOTAL 15 7 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2013 OAK 11 7 2 -- 4 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2012 OAK 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- --
2011 OAK 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Selected after junior season by Oakland Raiders in 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft, Aug. 22, 2011…Signed first contract, Aug. 26, 2011…Placed on reserved/suspended by commissioner, Sept. 3, 2011…Reinstated by commissioner, Oct. 10, 2011…Returned to active roster, Oct. 17, 2011.

Selected after junior season by Oakland Raiders in 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft, Aug. 22, 2011…Signed first contract, Aug. 26, 2011…Placed on reserved/suspended by commissioner, Sept. 3, 2011…Reinstated by commissioner, Oct. 10, 2011…Returned to active roster, Oct. 17, 2011.

  • Oakland’s selection in the 2011 supplemental draft, did not become eligible to play due to commissioner’s suspension until mid-October; then made his NFL debut on a trick play, his lone snap as a rookie, nullified by penalty.
  • Dynamic quarterback led Ohio State to a 31-4 record in three years as a starter; his 57 career TD passes tied a school record. Also rushed for more than 2,100 career yards and accounted for 76 Buckeyes touchdowns.
  • Scored more than 2,000 career points in basketball as a standout prep athlete in the football-rich Pittsburgh area, where he garnered consecutive area Player of the Year awards.
  • One of the more involved Raiders in the community, has made several appearances since joining the team.

CAREER: Extremely athletic and talented youngster, enters fourth pro season…Had opportunity to start final regular season contest of 2012...Saw first significant action in 2012.

2013: Started nine games at QB...Threw for 1,798 yards on 156-of-272 attempts and seven TDs on the season...Finished second on the team in rushing, posting 576 yards on the year...His 576 yards were also second in the NFL for rushing yards by QBs...Set the Raiders’ single-season franchise record for rushing yards by a QB, breaking Rich Gannon’s record of 529 set in 2000...(9/8) at Ind.: Started at QB and finished 19-of-29 for 217 yards with one TD and one interception...Rushed for 112 yards on 13 attempts, setting a Raiders single-game record for rushing yards by a quarterback...(9/15) vs. Jac.: Earned his first win as a starting QB, throwing for 126 yards on 15-of-24 attempts for a 76.0 rating...Also added 50 rushing yards...(9/23) at Den.: Set a career high with 281 passing yards and a posted a 112.4 QB rating...His second-quarter 73-yard TD pass to WR Denarius Moore was the longest completion of his career...Added 36 yards on the ground to lead the team...(9/29) vs. Was.: Was inactive due to a concussion suffered in Week 3 at Denver...(10/6) vs SD: Set a career high with a 135.7 QB rating, which was the highest by a Raider QB since 2002 (Rich Gannon)...Was 18-of-23 for 221 yards and two TDs...Added 31 rushing yards on 11 attempts...(10/13) at KC: Led the team in rushing, posting 56 yards on seven attempts...Was 18-of-34 for 216 yards with one TD and three interceptions...His 39-yard TD pass to WR Denarius Moore put the Raiders out front, 7-0...(10/27) vs. Pit.: Was 10-of-19 for 88 yards and two interceptions...Added 106 yards on the ground, a game high, and one TD...His 93-yard TD run on the first play of the game set an all-time Raiders record for longest rush, and also set an all-time NFL mark as the longest TD rush by a quarterback...(11/3) vs. Phi.: Led an offense that totaled 560 yards, the third-highest mark in franchise history...Completed 22-of-41 passes for 288 yards and two interceptions...Also added 94 yards rushing on 10 attempts before leaving the game with a knee injury...(11/10) at NYG: Completed 11-of-26 passes for 122 yards and one interception...Rushed for 19 yards and a TD on five attempts...Helped the Raiders rush for 107 yards as a team in the contest...(11/17) at Hou.: Was inactive due to a knee injury...(11/24) vs. Ten. and (11/28) at Dal: Did not play...(12/8) at NYJ: Saw action at QB on one series in the first quarter, throwing for 20 yards on 2-of-5 passing and rushing for another four yards on three attempts...Led the team to a field goal on his lone series...(12/15) vs. KC: Rotated in at QB with QB Matt McGloin, completing 1-of-4 passes for 12 yards and one interception...Added three rushes for 19 yards...(12/22) at SD: Did not play...(12/29) vs. Den.: Recorded his sixth game of 200-or-more passing yards, throwing for 207...Completed 21-of-38 passes with two TDs...Added 49 yards on the ground, breaking Rich Gannon’s single-season franchise record for rushing yards by a QB.

2012: Played in three games, with one start; inactive for first 11 games, and dressed but did not play in two contests…In 69 total offensive plays, completed 14 of 30 passes (46.7 percent) for 155 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception, a 70.8 passer rating…Also ran for 51 yards on 10 carries (5.1 avg.), with one touchdown, and caught one pass for 22 yards…Had to overcome personal tragedy entering camp, having lost both his life-long mentor Ted Sarniak III (July 20) and father Craig (July 26) just days apart…Played essentially his first organized NFL game in exhibition opener vs. Dallas (8/13)…Led the Raiders to 21 second-half points in a 31-20 triumph vs. Detroit (8/25), throwing for two touchdowns and running for another; racked up 90 yards rushing on five carries, and 137 yards passing on three completions…(12/2) vs. Cle.: Dressed but did not play…(12/16) vs. KC: After a false-start penalty erased his lone 2011 play, took his first official snaps, getting one series at the beginning of the second quarter…Threw an incompletion as part of a three-and-out…(12/23) at Car.: Saw action on three snaps, including a first-possession razzle-dazzle in which he took a direct snap, threw a lateral to a split-wide Carson Palmer, then caught a 22-yard pass from the QB; broke a Luke Kuechly tackle just after catching the pass…On a QB draw in the third quarter, picked up 2 yards from the Carolina 9, his first career carry, then recorded his first career completion, hitting Marcel Reece in the flat for 5 yards inside the Carolina 10…(12/30) at SD: With Carson Palmer (ribs, lung) inactive, made his first NFL start, and first since leading Ohio State to a 31-26 win over Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl, Jan. 4, 2011...In a 24-21 loss, put the Raiders on the board with his first TD pass, a 9-yard fade in the corner of the end zone to Darrius Heyward-Bey on third down, capping a 12-play, 80-yard drive that milked seven minutes off the first-half clock…Then, led the Raiders 76 yards in eight plays, finishing the drive with a 3-yard touchdown run…Finally, got the Raiders to within a field goal by connecting with Denarius Moore with less than two minutes remaining.

2011: Played one snap as a rookie…Inactive for four games…Did not play in five games…(10/23) vs. KC: On only play, lined up as a WR, ran in motion, then took the snap to attempt a QB sneak, but officials called him for a false start, nullifying the play.

COLLEGE: Led Ohio State to a 31-4 record as a starter…Totaled 57 career TD passes to tie Bobby Hoying for most all-time at Ohio State…Accounted for 76 career TDs (57 passing, 17 rushing, two receiving)…Completed 477-of-783 passes (60.9 percent) for 6,177 yards…Rushed for 2,164 yards on 436 carries (5.0 avg.)…As a 2010 junior, his final campaign, completed 65 percent of his passes for 2,772 yards and 27 TDs…Led an offense that averaged 38.8 points per game, second in the Big Ten and 11th in the nation…Ranked 10th nationally in pass efficiency (157.9 rating)… Ohio State’s all-time rushing leader among QBs with 2,164 yards, led the Big Ten in 2010 with 25 TD passes in conference play…The 2010 Sugar Bowl MVP, rushed for a career-high 115 yards and threw for 221 yards and two TDs against Arkansas…Responsible for a school-record six TDs in win over Eastern Michigan, throwing for four TDs and adding one score each rushing and receiving…Completed a school-record 16 consecutive passes, against Ohio…An honorable-mention All-Big Ten selection as a sophomore, was 167-for-295 for 2,094 yards, with 18 TDs; also Ohio State’s leading rusher with 779 yards…Had six TD passes and only two INT in last five games of regular season, all wins to clinch Big Ten title…Named Rose Bowl MVP…A Big Ten all-academic selection…Went 8-1 as starting QB as a true freshman, when he was Big Ten Freshman of the Year…Was 100-for-165 (60.6) passing for 1,311 yards and 12 scores…Also rushed for 631 yards and six TD…Became only the second true freshman to start at quarterback for the Buckeyes.

PERSONAL: Attended Jeannette (Pa.) High School…Quarterbacked team to 16-0 record and the PIAA and WPIAL crowns…Also helped the basketball team to WPIAL and PIAA titles, a first in the Keystone State…Named the USA Today and Parade Player of Year…Had 4,238 career rushing yards and 4,340 career passing yards, the first 4,000-4,000 year ever in Pennsylvania …Posted 1,899 rushing and 1,889 passing yards as a senior, accounting for 58 TD…The MVP of U.S. Army All-American Bowl…Won consecutive  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review player of the year awards, as a junior and senior… Scored more than 2,000 points in basketball…Volunteered at the High School Player Development event in Oakland in May 2012…Spent time at Buena Vista UMC in Alameda, Calif., in April 2012…In December 2011, volunteered with Oakland’s Solar Rays Extended Day Program and the Henry Robinson Multi-Service Center, and also paid a visit to Oakland Children’s Hospital…Volunteered with the Alameda County Food Bank in November 2011...Helped out at the Gatorade Junior Training Camp in October 2012...Has volunteered at the Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland numerous times throughout 2012 and 2013.

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