Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor plans on working with quarterback coach Tom House during their bye week so he continue to progress as a passer.
Pryor says House told him that Tim Tebow was throwing the ball really well after working with him, but then regressed. Pryor doesn’t want the same thing happen to him.
“He said [Tebow] was ready to go” after working with him, Pryor said, per ESPN.com.
“Tebow looked great, he was throwing the ball great, wasn’t missing anything. Then they said he went to [training] camp, and when he went back, he reverted back to himself because [that's] when the bullets are flying at you.”
Pryor is hoping that he won’t regress like Tebow.
“I hope when I get the rushers, people are rushing me, I hope I don’t go back to the old thing,” Pryor recalled himself thinking.
Pryor is happy with the way he’s changed as a player.
“I’m very proud of that,” he said. “I’m very locked in. That’s definitely something I’m proud of.
“It’s a nonstop progression. It doesn’t really catch me by surprise that it’s happening.”