Terrelle Pryor's tenure with the Chiefs didn't last long at all, as the quarterback was released on May 5, 2015.
Fortunately, he was able to catch on somewhere else quick, as the Cincinnati Bengals announced the signing of Pryor five days later, on Sunday.
Pryor worked out for the team and showed enough to earn a deal where he'll compete in training camp.
Andy Dalton is the confirmed starter in Cincinnati, so he'll be in competition with Josh Johnson and A.J. McCarron for the third quarterback spot.
Pryor, 6-foot-6, 240 pounds, was thrilled to get a chance with the Bengals, saying, via Bengals.com:
“Very excited. What a great opportunity to be with great coaches and a great organization that the Browns have built. I’m still young for a quarterback. All you can do is learn. Hopefully I showed the coaches I can not only be a leader, but I have the foundation to get better.”
Pryor entered the NFL via the 2011 Supplemental Draft, taken by the Oakland Raiders in the third round. He hung around for three seasons in Oakland, leaving with a 3-7-0 record.
He threw for 1,798 passing yards and seven touchdowns to 11 interceptions.