A little more than two weeks after signing Terrelle Pryor, the Buffalo Bills have released him, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Buffalo signed Pryor to a one-year deal on Oct. 30, and he started his first game with the team five days later.
Though he only had two catches for 17 yards in that contest against the Chicago Bears, Pryor played 83 percent of the snaps.
A week later, with the Bills surprisingly thumping the New York Jets, Pryor played in just 43 percent of the snaps. He was targeted three times, but did not have a catch. Undrafted rookie Robert Foster made his first career start and recorded a 100-yard game against New York, which may have played a role in Pryor’s exit.
Pryor began this season with the Jets, where he had 14 catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns before being released.
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