After firing agent Jerome Stanley last week, Terrelle Pryor has rehired Drew and Jason Rosenhaus to represent him, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. The Rosenhaus brothers had previously repped Pryor when he first entered the NFL out of Ohio State in 2011.
Having completed three seasons of his four-year rookie contract, Pryor will be eligible for an extension this offseason. However, given his performance in 2013, which eventually resulted in him losing the starting job to undrafted rookie Matt McGloin, a new deal is unlikely for Pryor. He figures to earn a base salary of $705K in 2014, then be eligible for free agency next year.