Terrelle Pryor made his first career touchdown catch epic.

Not only did the former Ohio State star beat the game’s highest-paid cornerback , he then proceeded to give a salute to Cleveland’s finest, LeBron James.

It was impressive stuff:

Unfortunately for Pryor and the Browns, it didn’t lead to a win. But it was a week removed from Pryor’s break-out game as the team’s running quarterback/No. 1 receiver.

With top Browns receiver Josh Gordon no longer part of the picture after checking himself into rehab, there are no signs of Pryor losing the tag of go-to target. He already has 39 targets through four games.

There could be plenty more LeBron-like celebrations in Pryor’s future.