Former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor worked out for 17 NFL teams on Saturday, according to NFL Network, reportedly showing a strong arm and excellent speed but suspect mechanics.
Pryor said he wouldn't appeal the five-game suspension that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell levied against him when granting him eligibility for the supplemental draft, which will be held Monday.
Pryor said he would play any position that his team wants him to play.
"I would like the opportunity to play quarterback," Pryor said, "but I'll do anything that a team needs me to do to win."
Pryor will be allowed to practice and play in the preseason, but once the regular season begins, he won't be able to practice or play until Week Six, although he will be able to attend team meetings and work out.
Pryor, who worked out at a high school stadium near his hometown of Jeannette, Pa., was clocked at 4.36 to 4.38 seconds in his first 40-yard dash on the FieldTurf surface, according to sources, and in the 4.4 range in his second 40. Pryor measured 6-4¾ and 232 pounds, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt, who also reported that his sources told him that Pryor showed "a lot of potential" despite his problems with mechanics.
The NFL teams in attendance at the workout were the Bengals, Bills, Browns, Buccaneers, Chargers, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, 49ers, Lions, Patriots, Raiders, Redskins, Saints and Steelers, according to NFL Network.
Drew Rosenhaus, who represents Pryor, said Saturday that the team that drafts Pryor won't have to worry about him not signing.