Pryor dismissed that idea and plans to remain a quarterback.
"I don't know how to catch. I don't know how to run the ball as a running back," Pryor said. "I've been a quarterback my whole life."
"He's coming in as a quarterback," Schneider told the official team website. Schneider said he's also willing to carry three quarterbacks, meaning both Pryor and Tarvaris Jackson can make the final roster along with starter Russell Wilson.
"I think the thing about our quarterback room is that we want to be the hardest-working guys in the room, and the hardest-working guys in the building," Wilson said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, per NFL.com. "That's the way we look at it. I know that Terrelle will bring that to the table. We're looking forward to that. I'm looking forward to just being around him and getting out there. I know that our locker room definitely became more athletic with him. He can do a lot of great things."
Pryor has a chance to be the No. 3 quarterback behind Wilson and Tarvaris Jackson.
Pryor played in 15 games with 10 starts in three seasons in Oakland. Last season, he completed 57.4 percent of his passes, tacking on 1,798 yards with seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions while also rushing for 576 yards and two touchdowns. He is not expected to change positions and will likely compete for the backup role behind Russell Wilson.
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