Matt McGloin continues to start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders as a healthy Terrelle Pryor sits on the bench.
Pryor has not rocked the boat about wanting to start and there appears to be no plans for the former Ohio State star to move back to the top of the depth chart.
According to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders have turned the page on Pryor. The reasons are more than just injuries as the quarterback and the coaching staff are simply not on the same page.
“@Cinco_Cinc: elaborate on coaches “souring” on Pryor?” >> not going through progressions, picks, injury talk in NY, just not on same page
— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) December 18, 2013
Of course the Raiders can also not be happy with the way Pryor handled his knee injury by keeping it a secret from the coaching staff and then telling reporters about it following a loss.
While Pryor may not be the starter right now things are not better for McGloin.
After a strong start to his tenure as the Raiders starting quarterback McGloin has also come back down to earth. All signs point to the Raiders drafting a quarterback early in the 2014 Draft which could come at the expense of Pryor’s roster spot.