Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor fired agent Jerome Stanley last week and is reportedly back with agent Drew Rosenhaus, who represented him earlier in his career.
Pro Football Talk reported Monday that Pryor has hired Drew and Jasen Rosenhaus to represent him. Pryor was a client of the Rosenhauses earlier in his career after he left Ohio State and entered the NFL through the supplemental draft.
The Raiders used a third-round pick to take Pryor in 2011 and he has one year remaining on his rookie contract.
Stanley created a bit of controversy for Pryor in Week 17 when he accused Raiders coach Dennis Allen of setting Pryor up to fail by reinserting him into the starting lineup after Pryor had been benched for five consecutive games in favor of rookie Matt McGloin.
Pryor was 21-for-38 for 207 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 49 yards on nine carries in that Week 17 start, a 34-14 loss to the Denver Broncos at the Black Hole. The Raiders were 3-6 in Pryor’s nine starts and he made two additional appearances as part of a special package of plays in relief of McGloin.
For the year, Pryor completed 57.4 percent of his passes for 1,798 yards and had seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also ran for 576 yards—second on the team to Rashad Jennings’ 733—and two touchdowns, including a 93-yard touchdown in a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8 that was the longest scoring run in NFL history by a quarterback.