Pryor sat out practice on Tuesday, and his status for the team's second preseason game is in doubt.
Former Ohio State standout
Pryor starred at quarterback for the Buckeyes but is trying to make the
Coach Mike Pettine said he didn't think the injury was serious, but that the team would take a closer look at the injury as a precaution.
"There's no doubt,'' Bowe said after day two of practice. "No doubt. He's extremely talented. He has the work ethic, and he's a team player."
Pryor is working with the second and third team offenses, but has shown a lot of progress since making the change.
"He's making it look so easy that he's starting to scare me,'' said Bowe, who led the NFL with 15 TD catches in 2010. "He's going to be really, really good. People think he's just going to come in and be a body. But he's actually going to play here and make plays for this team."
Reality has since set in.
Pryor has been cut twice and is now playing on a
"I'm going to give (it) a chance," he told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "I just want to play football. I'm a playmaker, and I believe if I can touch the ball, I can go to the house, especially if I have space. This should definitely open up some opportunities."
Pryor has already taken the first step by contacting Steelers receiving stud Antonio Brown and making plans to work out with him and Randy Moss so they can teach him the nuances of the position.
He also figures there's another reason he's ahead of the game.
"The thing that helps me is that I played quarterback, and I know what the quarterback wants," Pryor said.
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