The Facts: Pryor, who is visiting the Seahawks today, is slated to visit the New York Jets next, a source tells NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Last year, when Pryor opted for a one-year deal with Washington after generating more than 1,000 receiving yards with the Browns in 2016, many expected Pryor to explode in an offense run by a franchise quarterback in Kirk Cousins. Instead, Pryor regressed. As Profootballtalk.com suggested over the weekend, the key to a 2018 turnaround could be health. Pryor suffered an ankle injury in Week 2 against the Rams, and the injury bothered him until he underwent season-ending ankle surgery in November. Pryor had six catches for 66 yards in Week 1. Thereafter, he didn’t do much, with a season high of 70 yards coming in Week 4 against the Chiefs, which featured Pryor generating 70 yards and a touchdown on three catches against the Chiefs in prime time. For the year, Pryor had 240 receiving yards on 20 catches. We'll see if somebody buys into this in coming days.