Former Raiders and Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been on the street since final cuts, but may have just made himself more appealing. The 6-foot-4, 233-pound passer worked out for the Bengals on Tuesday as a wide receiver along with Greg Little and former Eagles practice squad player Cobi Hamilton, according to the team's website.
Pryor and Hamilton were beaten out by Little for the job, but it is still interesting that a physical specimen like Pryor is willing to play another position. The former supplemental draft pick has not shown the ability to be an NFL quarterback, so it's probably in his best interest to play wide receiver. At his size, he ran a 4.38-second forty time coming out of Ohio State. That size-speed combo sounds like something Chip Kelly could have interest in down the road.
With the bye week underway, the Eagles are likely trying to fine tune their roster with minor moves and Pryor could make for an interesting practice squad or bottom of the roster candidate as he learns his new position. However, it should be noted that after re-signing Julian Vandervelde and releasing Wade Smith, Cody Parkey is the only current member of the team that was not in Philadelphia's training camp. Brandon Hepburn and Jordan Kovacs are the only members of the practice squad that weren't with the Eagles during the OTA period.