Terrelle Pryor is officially a free agent.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday morning that the Jaguars and the veteran receiver reached an injury settlement, per a source informed of the situation.
Pryor had been dealing with a minor hamstring injury.
The agreement was expected after the Jaguars placed Pryor on the reserve/injured list during final cuts.
Rapoport added that Pryor is now healthy and free to sign elsewhere.
Questions remain about how much the 30-year-old has left in the tank after he didn't stand out during Jags camp. Since his 1,007-yard receiving season with the Cleveland Browns in 2016, Pryor has been ineffective and injured for much of the previous two years. He compiled just 16 receptions for 252 yards and two touchdowns in eight games with the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills in 2018.
Other news we're monitoring around the league:
Bears tight end Trey Burton (groin), tackle Rashaad Coward (elbow) and defensive tackle Bilal Nichols (knee) were limited in practice.
- The San Francisco 49ers are hosting offensive tackle Jordan Mills Tuesday, a source tells Rapoport. Mills started every game last year in Buffalo.
Packers linebacker Oren Burks (chest), wide receiver Darius Shepherd (hamstring) and tight end Jace Sternberger (ankle) did not practice Tuesday. Corners Ka'dar Hollman (neck), Kevin King (hamstring) and Tramon Williams (knee) were limited.
- The Lions worked out free-agent quarterbacks Tyree Jackson, Chad Kanoff and Taylor Heinicke, Rapoport reported.
- Former Raiders running backDoug Martin received his injury settlement and is a free agent, per Rapoport.