A few days ago, it looked as if Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor would miss the beginning of the preseason for the second consecutive summer.

But fortunately for Pryor, his transition from quarterback to receiver was not interrupted this time around.

Pryor started the Browns’ preseason opener against the Green Bay Packers on Friday night at Lambeau Field despite his right calf bothering him during Wednesday’s practice. He provided a bright spot during a lackluster outing for the first-string offense, catching two passes for 57 yards. Pryor beat cornerback Damarious Randall on a go route and hauled in a 49-yard pass from quarterback Robert Griffin III on the offense’s first play.