Consider this an update to our initial post about Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor suffering a concussion on Monday night. Pryor took to Twitter on Tuesday to tell his fans that he doesn't remember the hit that resulted in his concussion.
"Good hit by whoever it was," he wrote. "I heard our team fought well."
However, Pryor added in subsequent tweets that he feels "great" today and that he is "ready to go" for Sunday's game versus the Redskins.
Pryor will need to pass NFL's concussion protocol before he's truly ready to go. The fact that he suffered memory loss is not a good sign, especially with the Raiders' next game just five days away; Pryor will have to pass his tests in a hurry. Matt Flynn would step in behind center if Pryor isn't cleared before game time. Pryor isn't an elite quarterback, but his play-making ability is far, far greater than Flynn's, and it would be a shame if the Ohio State product was unable to take advantage of his outstanding matchup in Week 4. I would offer a downgrade to all Raiders receivers if Flynn is forced into starting duty.