Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor struggled a lot during the offseason with his accuracy.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Pryor has been throwing the ball a lot better during training camp so far.
The Raiders’ Terrelle Pryor completed some pretty deep passes over receivers’ shoulders during Saturday’s training camp practice and then showed Sunday that he also made progress throwing short- and medium-range passes.
Pryor has worked hard on his footwork and throwing mechanics, and he has looked considerably better this week than he did at offseason workouts.
“I think it has gotten better,” Raiders coach Dennis Allen said. “I think he’s continued to get better, he’s worked extremely hard at it, and anytime you get a talented player that works extremely hard, he’s going to get better.
“The guy’s a competitor. He’s trying to do everything he can to help this team.”
Despite Pryor’s improvement, the starting quarterback job is still Matt Flynn’s to lose.