Pryor not giving up on supplemental draft bid

Pryor not giving up on supplemental draft bid

Still not having been granted eligibility for the NFL supplemental draft that's set for Wednesday, former Ohio State quarterback Terrell Pryor hasn't given up on his bid to go to the NFL

And his lawyer, David Cornwell, issued the following statement to Scout and other media outlets:

"We have been in discussions with the Commissioner's office over the past week to address the NFL's concerns. I am confident that once the NFL has a full understanding of the facts, Terrelle will be part of Wednesday's supplemental draft."

Pryor has been working with former Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Anderson.

However, he hasn't been able to conduct a Pro Day due to not being eligible currently for the supplemental draft.

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