Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
The Jets have agreed to terms with WR Terrelle Pryor, a league source confirmed. Rebuilding your offense with ex-Browns usually wouldn't be a good thing — they signed RB Isaiah Crowell at the outset of free agency — but the Pryor deal makes sense. If they get the 2016 Pryor, not the 2017 version, this will be a home run. He's long and fast and can stretch defenses. He's a lot like incumbent Robby Anderson, which makes you wonder if Anderson's days are numbered. There's nothing wrong with Anderson the player, but his off-the-field antics (two arrests) are a concern to the organization.