Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor wasn’t around for the duration of Sunday’s 49-20 loss to the Eagles, leaving in the fourth quarter after injuring his right knee while scrambling away from the Eagles defense. Matt McGloin came in to finish up the game and coach Dennis Allen said after the contest that it was too early to know whether or not Pryor would be able to practice this week. Pryor wasn’t willing to be quite so cautious with an assessment of his health. “I have to look at it tomorrow, but it’s stable,” Pryor said, via Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group. “Nothing’s wobbly or anything like that. It was just precaution. Nine minutes left in the game. We were losing.” Allen said that a decision had been made to let McGloin handle garbage time even before Pryor, who put up big and ultimately meaningless individual numbers, hurt his knee. There should be a further update about his condition on Monday.
Terrelle Pryor: Knee is stable, departure from game was precautionary
Pro Football Talk | Nov 4