Terrelle Pryor did his thing at Ohio State as a quarterback. Pryor threw for over 2,700 yards and 27 touchdowns throughout his final season, but since moving on to the NFL, has become a wide receiver.

With the Cleveland Browns, Pryor hasn’t thrown a pass, but he may do so today against the Dolphins.

The Browns are currently 0-2 heading into today’s game, and third-string quarterback Cody Kessler is making his debut today. If Kessler goes down, though, Pryor could be in line for some work.

Cleveland certainly needs a spark, but could the former Buckeye signal caller give them some life from inside the pocket?