Pro Football Talk first reported Wednesday that Anderson, 62, was working with Pryor, and the former Bengals quarterback told The Enquirer that he has been guiding the young signal-caller the past couple of weeks. Anderson was with Pryor in Bradenton, Fla., for Tuesday and Wednesday's NFL Players Association-sponsored rookie symposium, and they will practice the next couple of weeks in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., said the four-time Pro Bowl selection, who played in Cincinnati from 1971 through 1986.
"I think he's an interesting kid. His throwing motion and arm is good, and he can make all the throws," Anderson said. "We're working on a lot of different things right now, like NFL concepts, the passing tree and footwork. He does a nice job understanding things and how it translates."
"It is my understanding I am heading (to Miami to work with Pryor)," Whitfield told the Canton Repository. "I look forward to working with him. ... It's a challenge to me. I know Terrelle wants to be as good as he can be."