Terrelle Pryor Net Worth
A former American football wide receiver, Terrelle Pryor has earned over $14 million in total contract money in his career. He was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the NFL Draft. He went on to play for the Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns, and Cincinnati Bengals.
In addition to playing professional football, Pryor has also made a name for himself in basketball. While he attended Jeannette High School in Pennsylvania, he led the team to the first championship in 20 years. He was an All-Pennsylvania Player of the Year two times. The star also received the MVP award for the Rose Bowl and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
When he was a child, Pryor lived in motels with his family and worked three or four jobs at a time. His mother worked several part-time jobs to earn money. As a result, he wore the same clothes every day. During his high school days, Pryor was an outstanding athlete and set numerous records. Later in high school, he focused more on football.
At Ohio State University, Pryor set the record for most touchdown throws by a freshman quarterback. He was also an All-Big Ten honorable mention. After finishing his college career at Ohio State, he joined the National Football League. It was there where his athleticism and ability caught the attention of the NFL.
In the NFL, Pryor has played for the Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Oakland Raiders. He is currently a free agent. Despite his success, he remains to be a mystery when it comes to his private life.
For a time, it seemed that Pryor was involved in several relationships. Some of his girlfriends included Chania Ray, a West Virginia basketball player; Lei Bobo, a Korean woman; and Heaven Lei Bobo. But it is unclear whether or not Pryor and Chania are still dating. If not, there may be some reason for their estrangement. Nevertheless, Pryor has not commented on his personal life.
Aside from his success on the field, Pryor has also been involved in a number of legal squabbles. One of the most infamous happened in 2019, when Pryor was stabbed in a Pittsburgh apartment. According to a police report, Briston attacked Pryor and stabbed him in the chest. Although he was not charged with murder, he faces felony criminal charges. Consequently, the football star was placed on injured reserve.
He was then released by the Jaguars in early September. Following this incident, Pryor became an unrestricted free agent in 2020. However, his salary would have been higher had he stayed with the team. Moreover, he would have been eligible for a 4-year $60 million deal.
Before he was drafted into the NFL, Pryor attended the University of Arkansas. At the time, he was the highest-recruited high school athlete in southwestern Pennsylvania. Nevertheless, he withdrew from the university in June 2011. Afterwards, he entered the NFL supplemental draft. Eventually, he was selected by the Oakland Raiders in 2011 and signed a one-year deal.