Unless a last-minute trade comes together, Pryor is expected to get cut Monday. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
If the Oakland Raiders cannot trade quarterback Terrelle Pryor this weekend, the team will waive him on Monday, Alex Marvez of FoxSports1 is reporting.
The team has already set April 21 -- the day when the Raiders' offseason program begins -- as a deadline to trade Pryor. The Raiders reportedly received some "trade feelers" for the quarterback, but went nearly a month without being able to make a deal.
Pryor has one year and $705,000 left on his rookie contract. Most likely, he'll just get cut Monday.
Last season, he completed 57.4 of his passes and threw seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions in his nine starts.