Roughly 12 hours after leaving Monday night's loss at the Denver Broncos with a concussion, Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor said he's feeling fine.
"Im ready to go," Pryor tweeted Tuesday morning. "I feel great by the way! Thanks for the concern ! Go Raiders!"
Pryor took a hard hit in the fourth quarter by Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard on a run attempt on second-and-goal at the Denver 6-yard line, losing 2 yards on the play. He remained in the game for two more plays, but Matt Flynn replaced him for the Raiders' final drive in the 37-21 loss.
"Sorry about the loss RaiderNation. I don't remember much ! Good hit by whoever it was. I heard our team fought well .. We will be back!," Pryor also tweeted Tuesday.
Pryor will go through the league's concussion protocol and his status for this Sunday's game against Washington likely won't be known until late in the week.