Pryor unlikely to play Sunday vs. Redskins
Terrelle Pryor took snaps with the first-team receivers on Friday, wearing his helmet. (USA TODAY IMAGES)
ALAMEDA -- Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor participated in his second straight practice on Friday, and was more active than a day ago.
He spent the open period with his helmet on, handling reps with first-team receivers. He also took snaps in the few team drills visible as media exited the practice field. While Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Pryor took team reps on Thursday, his activity level has clearly increased.
Defensive end Jason Hunter missed his third straight day with a quadriceps injury and is unlikely to play on Sunday.
Offensive lineman Menelik Watson (knee) worked out on the side during the open period. Linebacker Miles Burris also did side work and is clearly progressing. He told CSNCalifornia.com last week that he would be ready to play when eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list.
Allen will update Pryor's status and give the team's official injury report after practice. More to come.