Former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor has finally found a new home in Cincinnati. Pryor was released by the Chiefs earlier in the week, but was invited to a Cincinnati Bengals minicamp and afterwards signed him to a contract. Pryor will be battling A.J. McCarron and Josh Johnson for a spot to backup Andy Dalton. In 2011, the Raiders took a chance to draft Pryor in the supplemental draft, but was later traded to the Seahawks and released following the 2014 season. 4 months ago he was signed by the Chiefs, but then released a few days ago. At his time in Oakland, Pryor made an appearance in 15 games with 10 starts, and compiled a 56.3 pass completion percentage; he also had 1,953 passing yards, 9 TD’s, 12 Int’s, and had 627 rushing yards with 3 TD’s. One can only wonder if Pryor will finally land a roster spot?