Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines to start your Thursday morning.
Terrelle Pryor works out for Giants
The Giants, who currently have their top three wide receivers -- Odell Beckham Jr., Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz -- hampered by injuries worked out quarterback-turned-wide receiver Terrelle Pryor on Wednesday. Pryor, who suited up on the outside for the Cleveland Browns during the preseason, began his NFL career with the Oakland Raiders as a quarterback. The Giants also worked out Mike Williams, A.J. Jenkins and Devin Gardner, among others. Interestingly enough, the Giants had worked out Pryor previously, but not as a wide receiver.
Very interesting. They worked him out as a QB last October ... RT @ProFootballTalk Giants worked out Terrelle Pryor as a receiver today.— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 14, 2015
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Around the NFL
Former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw returns to...the Colts. Bradshaw played in 10 games for Indianapolis last season and will serve as a backup to Frank Gore.
Former Giants defensive end Justin Tuck, now in his second season with the Raiders, may have suffered a torn pectoral muscle, which could result in a spot on the injured reserve for the Super Bowl champion.
#Raiders fear that veteran DL Justin Tuck tore his pec, source says. He's undergoing tests, but will many several games, possibly the season— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 14, 2015