The Legend of Terrelle Pryor continued to grown on Sunday afternoon as the Cleveland Browns’ receiver not only hauled in his first touchdown pass of his career, but spent the entire first half of the team’s Week 4 game against Washington abusing well-compensated defensive back Josh Norman.
After cornerback Jamar Taylor intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass, Browns quarterback Cody Kessler found a streaking Pryor in the corner of the end zone for six much-needed points.
Making matters a bit more entertaining (15-yard penalty notwithstanding) was Pryor’s homage to LeBron James, busting out the four-time MVP’s “Silencer” celebration before using the football as a part of the ever-popular chalk toss.
The latter would be what drew the penalty, something that head coach Hue Jackson would later refer to as “theatrics.”
Including the touchdown, Pryor has four first-half receptions for 42 yards.