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Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

Posted on: June 14, 2011 1:30 pm
Edited on: June 14, 2011 1:41 pm
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Posted by Ryan Wilson

Former Ohio State Buckeye Terrelle Pryor and new agent Drew Rosenhaus will hold a press conference at 2 p.m. ET Tuesday. We're betting it will be the opening salvo of a PR onslaught to convince the public, and perhaps even a few NFL teams, that not only is Pryor a swell guy who got caught up in a bad situation at Ohio State, but he's also a legit NFL quarterback worthy of our attention.

What you won't see (though it would make the spectacle much more entertaining): Rosenhaus yelling "NEXT QUESTION!" as Pryor is in the background doing half-naked sit-ups.

Coincidentally, another Rosenhaus client, Chad Ochocinco, worked out with Pryor Tuesday and he couldn't quit raving about what he saw (via Twitter, where "tpeezy2" is Pryor's feed): 

"Media says @tpeezy2 is an NFL QB. I come out n see 4 myself n this mofo is good as hell. He messed up yes but got damn he can throw shhh!!!"

Followed five minutes later by this: "I meant to say the media said @tpeezy2 isn't NFL type QB, after running routes n seeing great timing n arm strength I beg to differ."

And NFL Films' Greg Cosell and SI.com's Tony Pauline beg to differ with Ochocinco.

But Chad wasn't done. One final tweet on the matter: "Last tweet about @tpeezy2 With the right coaching after what I saw today with my own eyes he can be a great QB."

If Ochocinco ever starts his own team, it sounds like Pryor will have a job. Otherwise, at this stage of the proceedings, NFL teams don't appear interested in taking a chance on a kid with questionable character and dubious ability. Still, we're pretty sure that won't slow up the Rosenhaus Propaganda Machine. The circus starts promptly at 2!

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Since: Mar 2, 2007
Posted on: June 16, 2011 7:17 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

Now here's a great combo. OCHO mentoring Pryor. This is really out there. Next thing you know Pryor will be wearing a yellow coat.



Since: Nov 24, 2007
Posted on: June 15, 2011 12:31 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

Now this is news that should warm the hearts of the OSU faithful.  TP is really a good guy that was "railroaded" by a cruel media blitz....Chad said so.  Receiving an endorsement from Ochocinco, a man of such upstanding integral character, is like the Russian mob endorsing a political candidate. 

Oh, and Rush Limbaugh also said that TP is an excellent QB and quality individual.



Since: May 11, 2007
Posted on: June 14, 2011 7:51 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

WOW, chad eightfive can`t stop raving about what he saw. So a wannabe WR catching passes from a college QB, and this supposed to impress.... who?



Since: Dec 14, 2007
Posted on: June 14, 2011 6:16 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

 It's funny how all the fake, wanna be scouts/Gm's on this site all know for a fact TP can't play QB in the league. Now, if this were Tim Tebow, you same clowns would be up in arms about it. Give the man an opportunity, a fair one, if he flames out, you can all pat yourselves on the backs and polish your crystal balls. If he does make it, well you all pretty much know what you can do.......



Since: Nov 7, 2008
Posted on: June 14, 2011 4:48 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

Besides changing his name, what else has ochostinko done lately???
And soccer and bullfighting.  Nothing on the football field of course.  Good to see Rosenhaus is smart enough to rally his troops together, but why would you let Ochocinco speak out and expect anyone to see it as a positive?



Since: May 31, 2007
Posted on: June 14, 2011 4:35 pm
 

Ochocinco defends, works out with Pryor

Besides changing his name, what else has ochostinko done lately???

Clearly, you forgot his stint on "Dancing With the Stars."



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