Terrelle Pryor doesn't 'remember much' from Monday night

By Will Brinson | NFL Writer

Terrelle Pryor says he doesn't 'remember much' from Monday night.
Terrelle Pryor says he doesn't 'remember much' from Monday's game. (USATSI)

On Monday night Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor got rocked while on a designed quarterback draw, left the game for evaluation and was ultimately diagnosed with a concussion.

Come Tuesday morning, Pryor -- as is the case with many folks who suffer concussions -- didn't "remember much" about the loss.

Pryor's probably trying to make a little joke here. Unfortunately for him he doesn't realize that sports are serious business. (No, really, though: head trauma isn't a laughing matter in the NFL these days.) Before you freak out and assume that Pryor is in deep mental trouble, he'd like to point out he's "ready to go."

Unfortunately for Pryor his medical opinion carries no weight. The only thing that matters is Pryor passing tests administered by medical professionals. But at least he's feeling better. And while not remembering Monday's game might be a blessing for the Raiders, Pryor didn't have a performance worth forgetting.

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