Headed into his second training camp with the Cleveland Browns, Terrelle Pryor is hoping finally to get significant playing time as he completes the transition from quarterback to full-time wide receiver. Last season, he played in only a handful of snaps late in the year; and it remains to be seen whether his skillset reaches a level that will justify trust in him as a legitimate part of the Browns’ new offense under head coach Hue Jackson.
The uncertainty hasn’t stopped Pryor from putting in major work this off-season to improve his footwork, and as we see in the video above, his balance and his hand-eye coordination. Pryor runs through a drill in which he balances on a BOSU ball with one leg and catches footballs thrown to him at a fairly high velocity from close range.
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It remains to be seen how much Pryor will contribute in 2016, but if he fails, it won’t be because he didn’t work hard enough.