Buffalo Bills: 5 players you probably forgot played for the Bills
In college with Ohio State, Terrelle Pryor was one of the biggest names the sport had to offer at the time. However, some off the field issues limited resulted in suspensions and ultimately Pryor withdrew and entered the 2011 Supplemental NFL Draft.
He was selected by the Raiders, who tried to develop him as a quarterback, but ultimately he switched to wide receiver where he had his most success in the NFL. That season came in 2016 as a member of the Cleveland Browns when he had 1,007 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
After stops with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets, Pryor joined the Bills midway through the 2018 season. The time with the Buffalo Bills though lasted just over two weeks as he played in two games and was released shortly after that.
He would end up not registering a single reception in 106 snaps as a member of the Buffalo Bills.