Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor suffered a concussion during Monday's loss to the Denver Broncos, and he couldn't remember much about the game afterward. It's no surprise that he was nowhere to be seen at practice just two days later.
Wednesday is the biggest day of game-planning during a practice week. Flynn's status as the starter Wednesday makes him the most likely option to play against the struggling Washington Redskins defense.
Coach Dennis Allen said, via the San Francisco Chronicle, that Pryor has been cleared for meetings and physical activity, but not practice yet. Cornerback Tracy Porter, who also suffered a concussion Monday, was practicing.
Here are other injury stories of note Wednesday:
1. San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o practiced fully for the first time since hurting his foot more than a month ago. He told reporters that he will make his NFL debut Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
"I'm ready to go," Te'o said.
2. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (knee) officially is out once again this week. Running back Ray Rice returned to practice for the first time since suffering his hip injury, which is a strong indication Rice will suit up in Buffalo on Sunday.