Terrelle Pryor wearing pink cleats for cancer awareness is standing out at practice this week after missing last week's game with concussion-related symptoms. He has been full go and will start Sunday night against the Chargers.

He was supposed to start last week against Washington but head coach Dennis Allen changed his mind at the last minute because he wasn't convinced Pryor was symptom-free.

Did Pryor appreciate the team's concern or was he frustrated because he wanted to play?

"It could be both because I believe we definitely could have beat the Redskins" he said.

Pryor who took a hit to the helmet in the Sept. 23 Monday night loss in Denver said the short turnaround was always in the back of Allen's mind.

"It was a pretty fast turnaround" Pryor said. "They definitely were looking out for me and my best interests and we decided that it would be best if I didn't play."

This will be Pryor's fourth career start - his second against the Chargers. He completed 13 of 28 passes for 150 yards two touchdowns and an interception in the season finale in San Diego on Dec. 30. He also ran for 49 yards.

First-year offensive coordinator Greg Olson watched the tape when he was hired and again this week.