Though it was thought Thursday that Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor recovering from a concussion suffered in Week 3 was unlikely to play this weekend coach Dennis Allen gave some hope that Pryor actually might take the field vs. the Redskins. Allen told reporters Friday afternoon that Pryor had passed all league-mandated concussion tests and that no other testing was required. But just for peace of mind the team will give Pryor one more test Saturday. If Pryor passes that medical hurdle he could play Sunday. “We want to do the right thing for this kid” Allen said. If the team still isn't comfortable with Pryor's health it likely would play Matt Flynn at quarterback instead.