Terrelle Pryor says he harbors no ill will towards the Jets, but the newly-signed Bills receiver believes his former team could've managed him better during his brief tenure in green and white.
Pryor, who signed with Buffalo on Tuesday after the Jets cut him earlier this month due to a groin injury, said he felt he was "underused" in Todd Bowles' system. (Sal Capaccio)
The 29-year-old Pryor added, however, that he has "nothing but love" for the Jets and "no resentment" towards them for how his time there ended.
Pryor signed a one-year, $6 million deal with the Jets this past offseason. Over the first six games, he caught 14 passes on 22 targets for 235 yards and two touchdowns, but his groin injury led to the team cutting him.
With a depleted receiver group, the Jets didn't rule out re-signing Pryor after he returned to health (and it looks like he has), but the Bills instead swung in and inked him to a deal.
"I can ball, bro," he said Wednesday, per ESPN's Mike Rodak. "I'm not being cocky, I just know how I study and how I work, and how I practice, I compete at a high level. I expect high things from myself. I expect high things from the offense."