Position switches rarely work, but the former quarterback is earning rave reviews from his teammates and coaches in Cleveland.
"It's hard to say right now," said Phillips of Pryor making the cut. "I'm not going to put that kind of pressure on him or myself. I can tell you this, he's very, very -- and I'll say it two times -- very, very talented. There's no question about that. The guy's talented, and talent wins ball games."
"It's still very early, too early to tell, but he does not look out of place. He does some good things," coach Mike Pettine said last week. "He is just behind from the learning standpoint and the subtleties of playing receiver. If you had asked where he would be at this point, I would think we would all agree he is ahead of where we thought he would be."