The Bengals released the journeyman quarterback on Thursday after just five weeks 

By SI Wire
June 18, 2015

The Cincinnati Bengals released journeyman quarterback Terrelle Pryor on Thursday at the conclusion of the team's three-day mandatory minicamp, according to multiple reports.

He had spent just five weeks with the team.

Pryor had previously been the team's third-string quarterback behind A.J. McCarron and Andy Dalton when the team signed him on May 10.

University of San Diego product Josh Johnson jumped Pryor on the depth chart earlier this offseason, according to ProFootballTalk.

Pryor was also recently released by the Seattle Seahawks and the Kansas City Chiefs. He played for parts of three seasons with the Oakland Raiders from 2011 until 2013. 

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Pryor is best known for his years at Ohio State, where he threw for 57 touchdowns and more than 6,100 yards.

He led the Buckeyes to three Big Ten championships as well as Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl victories over Oregon in 2010 and Arkansas in 2011, respectively.

The Sugar Bowl win and the Buckeyes' 2010 Big Ten championship were later vacated when it was found Pryor accepted improper benefits from the owner of a local tattoo parlor. 


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