The Washington Redskins' reported interest in scouting Terrelle Pryor may take a hit, as Pryor has not yet been ruled eligible for the NFL Supplemental Draft, according to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network. La Canfora reports that NFL teams were sent a memo with the players eligible for the draft, and Pryor's name was not on that list.
However, he later clarified that the list is not final and Pryor could be added.
More on Pryor - he could still be ruled eligible at a later date but has not yet. The process is "rolling" according to the league, so NFL could make a final determination on him later, according to to a league source. He was not among the 2 players ruled eligible today, and the league is continuing to assess the situation as it may pertain to Pryor. So perhaps teams will get a later communication on him
The Redskins were reportedly one of many teams scheduled to attend Pryor's workout in Pittsburgh on Friday, but if Pryor is not ruled eligible to be in the supplemental draft, he cannot be signed as a free agent. It remains to be seen if the team changes its mind about attending the workout.