Nearly three months after the Browns gave up on experimenting with Terrelle Pryor as a wide receiver, they’re turning to him again.
The Browns will re-sign Pryor, a league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal on Tuesday. They’re acquiring him as a receiver, not as a quarterback despite Josh McCown’s broken collarbone ending his season with five games left. That wouldn’t preclude Pryor from serving as an emergency third quarterback on game days. In his first tour with the Browns, the coaches made it known they considered him a candidate for the role.