Former quarterback turned wide receiver Terrell Pryor has become the Browns new weapon on offense. Pryor did it all last week, hauling in eight passes for 144 yards, rushing for 21 yards and throwing for 35 more in the team’s overtime loss to the Dolphins.
Despite that massive production, Pryor was unable to find the end zone and came into today’s game against the Redskins still searching for his first receiving touchdown. In the second quarter, he got it. On 3rd and 7 from the Redskins nine yard line, Cody Kessler found Pryor in the corner of the end zone and after making the catch, Pryor paid homage to Cleveland’s superstar basketball player.
Yep, that’s Pryor hitting “The Silencer”, LeBron’s signature celebration. The touchdown tied the game at 14.