Published: Thu, March 09, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

Source close to Terrelle Pryor says 'Browns aren't serious enough'

Source close to Terrelle Pryor says 'Browns aren't serious enough'

The wide receiver of the Cleveland Browns is reportedly drawing interest from several teams in the NFL. Smith's five-year deal was worth $40 million and was signed in 2015, but never found his footing in San Francisco and is now a free agent once again two seasons later.

The two sides are now far apart, with Rosenhaus believing that Pryor will be paid like one of the top receivers in the National Football League, sources say.

San Francisco finished with the NFL's last-ranked passing offense in 2016 after electing not to bring back Anquan Boldin, who led the team in receiving the previous three years.

Jones: Cleveland Browns. The Browns drafted four receivers a year ago and not one of them had the production of Taylor Gabriel, a guy they cut in favor of the young quartet.

Jeffery, who the Chicago Bears chose not to use the franchise tag on, caught 52 passes for 821 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games last season.

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Pryor going to the Eagles would sting a bit for those Browns fans still smarting from the Browns trading the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft to Philadelphia so the Eagles could select quarterback Carson Wentz.

Of course, the 49ers and new General Manager John Lynch are not the only team interested in Pryor.

While the Steelers have the cap space to work out a deal and give Pryor the contract he wants as of now, Pittsburgh would be better off allocating that money to other areas of need on the defensive side of the ball, especially if Le'Veon Bell's new contract ends up taking up more cap space than previously anticipated.

"We're realistic about that", Brown said. "We'd like to have Terrelle back and that's a priority for us". But he's a good player, works hard, we think he fits in our system, had a lot of success with our coaches, so we think this is a great place for him to continue his career. The Browns can afford everybody on the market at every position, so keeping Pryor around as the primary target for 2017 Week 1 Starting Quarterback TBD should be an easy starting point for what figures to be a busy week in Cleveland.

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