Now entrenched in Washington as a starting receiver alongside Jamison Crowder, Pryor is being asked to duplicate last year's heroics. His former position coach has no doubt that will happen.
Besides, nothing about last season was a fluke. Pryor used his monstrous 6-foot-4, 228-pound frame to dominate top cornerbacks while putting a string of uber-athletic catches on tape.
Pryor posted a trio of 100-yard games and, more importantly, played well from wire-to-wire in a Browns offense that used six different quarterbacks -- including Pryor.