Former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor survives scary bike accident
Former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor was involved in a scary bike accident that thankfully wasn’t fatal, according to TMZ.
Pryor flipped twice during the accident and posted videos and a photo of the damage inflicted on his three-wheeler.
“Luckily still breathing and a scratch,” Pryor said in the post. After the frightening situation, Pryor says he’s “done with bikes.”
Thank goodness Pryor is okay after such a terrifying incident. It certainly sounds like it could have been much worse.
The 32-year-old Pryor has been out of the NFL since 2019 but is still attempting to make a return. Pryor was drafted by the then Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft.
Pryor has been a journeyman in the NFL, spending time with the Raiders, Seahawks, Chiefs, Bengals, Browns, Redskins, Jets, Bills, and Jaguars.
In high school, Pryor was the Parade National Player of the Year in 2007 and followed that up as the B1G Freshman of the Year in 2008.
As Ohio State’s quarterback, Pryor captured the 2010 Rose Bowl MVP and was the runner-up for B1G MVP in 2010.