Terrelle Pryor posted on his Instagram account that he was training with NFL wide receiver legend Randy Moss.
The former quarterback is transitioning to become a wide receiver for his current team the Cleveland Browns. Who better to ask for help than a wide receiver great, Randy Moss.
Pryor posted an Instagram photo of a post-training session with Moss, as well as Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Mike Evans, fellow Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon, and free agent Leon Washington.
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Pryor also posted evidence of some of the exercises they were doing in at the Randy Moss Academy in Charlotte, North Carolina. One of these exercises was 15-yard shuttle runs.
Who better to learn from about how to be the best wide receiver possible than a man that has been to seven Pro Bowls, and who is the four-time NFL receiving touchdown leader (1998, 2000, 2003, 2007).
Working out with Evans, who had a fantastic rookie season with the Buccaneers with 68 receptions for 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns, can’t be that bad either. This Buccaneer could be the next Randy Moss.
In the case of Pryor, the training and guidance Moss is offering should allow him to stand out in what is a poor wide receiving corps at the Browns.
This could be vital for the whole of next season, as Gordon is suspended for the whole season and won’t be available till the 2016 season.
With the team’s quarterback situation not looking too good either, the Browns will need someone to stand out on the offense and hopefully this training will allow Pryor to do so.
Otherwise, it could end up being the same old Cleveland Browns next season, no matter how much training you do with NFL legends.