There are conflicting reports out about the status of Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that Pryor will not start and Matt Flynn will be under center for the team on Sunday while the San Francisco Chronicle says that Pryor will indeed start.
More information in regards to Pryor will be coming out in the morning but the Raiders do not play until 4:25. Fantasy Football players will want to seek options in early games to cover themselves incase.
Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor could start Sunday’s Week 4 game against the Washington Redskins, according to multiple reports.
Pryor suffered a concussion in Week 3, and was thought to be unlikely to play this weekend until coach Dennis Allen gave reporters some hope on Friday.
Allen said Pryor had passed all league mandated concussion test and no other testing was required. Pryor was administered a second set of test on Saturday with the same result.
Pryor said he felt “100 percent.”
He’s a nice bye-week fill-in for Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton owners with borderline QB1 potential. Having Pryor under center keeps Darren McFadden in the RB2 mix.