It looks like Terrelle Pryor is going to stay in New York, but not with the Jets.
Instead, Pryor's new home will be to be in Buffalo with the division-rival Bills, ESPN's Josina Anderson reported. Anderson reported on Monday that the team offered the wide receiver a contract that he was considering.
The Jets signed Pryor to a one-year, $6 million deal this past offseason, but let him go two weeks ago after sustaining a groin injury. They said the door wasn't completely shut on the 29-year-old, as they didn't rule out re-signing him.
Pryor took to Twitter on Oct. 25 with a video to show that his groin was healed, and he was ready to return. But, despite the Jets' depleted receiving corps, the Bills landed the Ohio State Product.
Back and ready! pic.twitter.com/LOCqdZt3SK- Terrelle Pryor SR (@TerrellePryor) October 25, 2018
In six games with New York this season, Pryor hauled in 14 receptions on 22 targets for 235 yards and two touchdowns.