Pryor on Woodyard's hit: 'He should get fined, definitely'
ALAMEDA – Terrelle Pryor was cleared for conditioning and meetings on Wednesday, and is scheduled to take a test in the afternoon to see if he can practice Thursday.
He talked about being concussed, the after effects of the incident and whether he can play on Sunday against Washington.
"It was very mild. I’m doing very well," Pryor said. "They said I’m taking very good steps toward being able to play."
Ultimately, that will be a medical decision.
He also talked about that hit from Denver linebacker Wesley Woodyard that caused head trauma.
“There was a lot of helmet-to-helmet contact,” Pryor said. “I think it was illegal. He should be fined.”
Much more to come.