With the NFL announcing that the Supplemental Draft will take place on August 17, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who was essentially forced to go pro after the tattoo scandal, now has a chance to be drafted into the NFL. He is holding a workout at an unidentified location in Pittsburgh before the supplemental draft, and the Washington Redskins, with their quarterback situation, will be in attendance.
That's according to John Keim of the Washington Examiner:
While the thought of a team having such a desperate QB situation that they need to scout Pryor is maybe worth mocking, there's probably no harm in the Redskins at least taking a look.
The supplemental draft is a silent auction, with teams who elect to use a pick thereby losing a pick in the next NFL Draft.