The Bills are looking to supplement a far-reaching receiver.
Buffalo has offering a agreement to giveaway agent Terrelle Pryor, according to a news from ESPN, that cites an unclear joining source. He recently visited with a Bills and is deliberation usurpation a deal, a news says.
I’m told WR Terrelle Pryor flew into Buffalo final night. The #Bills have offering Pryor a agreement that is now underneath consideration, per source.
— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) October 29, 2018
Bills manager Sean McDermott confirmed during an interview with Buffalo hire WGR 550 that a group had met with Pryor.
The Jets cut a 29-year-old far-reaching receiver — who was traffic with a groin damage — progressing this month. But, Pryor told ESPN shortly after his recover he was tighten to 100-percent healthy and had already been contacted by several teams.
The seven-year maestro sealed a one-year agreement with New York in March. He held 14 passes for 235 yards and dual touchdowns in 6 games for a Jets.
Pryor suggested to reporters in mid-August that he pennyless his ankle during an offseason examination and underwent surgery. He also pronounced in early Oct he was unfortunate with his purpose in a Jets’ offense.