Pryor (ankle) wasn't wearing a walking boot at Wednesday's practice, but he didn't participate in the session, Calvin Watkins of Newsday reports. Pryor is still rehabbing from a minor foot procedure he required earlier in the offseason, but he's expected to return during training camp. His presence without the boot supports that notion, especially with more than a month left before training camp begins. Pryor isn't assured of a significant role, as the Jets' wideout depth chart also includes Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa (neck), Chad Hansen and ArDarius Stewart.
Pryor (ankle) underwent a minor foot procedure but is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Pryor has been sidelined for all of OTAs after suffering another foot/ankle injury during the offseason, but it looks like after having a cleanup procedure, the newest Jets wide receiver will be ready for the start of training camp, barring any setbacks. Pyror will be fighting with the likes of Jermaine Kearse and Quincy Enunwa for a spot near the top of New York's wide receiver depth chart this season.
Pryor suffered another ankle injury during the offseason and is not participating in OTAs, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports. Pyror was placed on injured reserve last season in November after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his ankle, but even with his poor season in Washington, the wideout still got another one-year deal with the Jets this offseason. Now, it's unclear whether this is a new injury or a setback for Pryor, but chances are the team will be extra cautious with him this early in the offseason. Pryor is part of a fairly crowded wide receiving corps in New York, and if this ankle injury impacts his availability for training camp in July, he could find himself lower on the depth chart to start the season.
Pryor's (ankle) one-year deal with the Jets is for $4.5 million and includes $2 million guaranteed, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports. Pryor will try to prove himself on a one-year deal for a second straight season after falling far shy of expectations on a $6 million contract with the Redskins in 2017. The new deal isn't fully guaranteed like last year's, but it's still a sizable contract that suggests the Jets expect Pryor to bounce back from November arthroscopic surgery to become a significant contributor. Between Robby Anderson's legal issues, Jermaine Kearse's contract situation and Quincy Enunwa's recovery from a major neck injury, the team isn't quite sure what it will have in terms of veteran wideouts heading into training camp. Pryor hopes to recapture his form of 2016, when he caught 77 of 140 targets for 1,007 yards (7.2 per target) and four touchdowns as one of the few bright spots in a pathetic Cleveland offense. He'll be catching passes from either Josh McCown, Teddy Bridgewater or a rookie first-round pick this season.
Pryor (ankle) reached terms on a contract with the Jets, ESPN.com's Rich Cimini reports. Pryor was a complete bust last season while playing for Washington on a one-year, $6 million contract, catching only 20 of 37 targets for 240 yards and a touchdown in nine games before landing on injured reserve with an ankle injury that required arthroscopic surgery in late November. He'll need to compete for a starting job this time around, hoping to eventually recapture the magic of his 2016 breakout in Cleveland. A crowded depth chart could clear up a bit in the coming months, depending on what happens with Robby Anderson's legal issues, Jermaine Kearse's contract and Quincy Enunwa's return from a major neck injury. Pryor is the only one of the bunch with a 1,000-yard season to his name, though Anderson probably would've done it last year if Josh McCown (hand) hadn't missed the final three weeks.
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|17||12/30||@New England Patriots||27||22.58|
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