He's still got eligibility, but - fuck that. There's always the possibility of the CFL, or even the struggling UFL (if he wants to spend a year with NFL-quality coaching, which isn't a bad idea.) But most likely Terrelle Pryor wants to get the hell out of dodge and go right to the NFL. He stuck around to protect the man who was protecting him, and now that that commitment is gone, it's supplemental draft time. His "spokesman" said as much. But what the hell happens in a supplemental draft? No one knows. Actually, no, it's pretty simple, but we only care about it on rare occasions like these.
Deadspin · Barry Petchesky