The Oakland Raiders will get rookie QB Terrelle Pryor back from suspension after sitting out the first-five games of the season.
The team has said that the they intend to keep Pryor as a quarterback despite a lot of speculation he would be a better fit at wide receiver or tight end.
ESPN’s Bill Williamson doesn’t see Pryor getting much playing time in the near future.
“He is a project, who has had limited practices with the Raiders. The team will likely make him the No. 3 quarterback behind Jason Campbell and Kyle Boller and allow him to learn the system. I could see Pryor being worked into some packages late in the season if the timing is right. But for the most part, Pryor is a work in progress who is now finally able to be part of the Oakland organization.”