"I never really knew how to throw a football before," Pryor said Sunday, per the Bay Area News Group. "It's coming along. I'm getting way better. I probably missed four or five throws out of 80, 85 throws today. I might ice my arm as a precaution tonight, but it feels great."
It must be tough for a quarterback to admit he never really knew how to throw, but Pryor's mechanics and accuracy the past few seasons are in agreement with his assessment.
While he might be the third wheel in the quarterback battle, Pryor will have a role in the offense, Allen said. The Raiders will have certain packages to get Pryor the ball on the edge and use his ability to run and throw.