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Terrelle Pryor doesn't remember much of Raiders' loss

Terrelle Pryorplayed superbly Monday night in a 37-21 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Unfortunately, the Oakland Raiders quarterback doesn't remember portions of it.

Pryor suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter on a ferocious hit by Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard on a read-option run. Pryor stayed on the ground for a moment after the hit. He remained in the game to throw two more passes before being taken to the locker room after the Raiders failed to convert a fourth-and-goal.

In his postgame news conference, Raiders coach Dennis Allen wouldn't speculate on Pryor's availability for Week 4.

It's not a good sign that Pryor doesn't remember the game, even if he says he is fine.

Feeling great and being cleared to play are two different things. We'll continue to follow Pryor's recovery as the week progresses.

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