Pryor reportedly reaches injury settlement, parts ways with Jaguars |

Pryor reportedly reaches injury settlement, parts ways with Jaguars

Bill Beckner
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr. (10) runs after a reception during an NFL football practice at the teams training facility, Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019, in Jacksonville, Fla.

It looks like Terrelle Pryor is back on the NFL free agent market again.

According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, Pryor has reached an injury settlement with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the team has released him.

The former Jeannette and Ohio State star initially had been placed on injured reserve after seeing limited action during training camp and in the preseason because of a hamstring injury.

Rapoport reported Pryor, a wide receiver who has been with is “healthy now” and could sign with another team as soon as possible.

Pryor, 30, has been with nine NFL teams since coming into the league via the 2011 supplemental draft.

He had three catches for 26 yards in Jacksonville’s next-to-last preseason game against Miami before the hamstring flared up again.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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