Pryor works out for teams, will not appeal suspension

Terrelle Pryor worked out for 17 NFL teams week suspension handed to him by the NFL.

"I did the wrong thing when I was young. I'm going to serve it," Pryor said of his penalty.

During his workout, Pryor ran a 40-yard dash in 4.36 seconds and leaped 10- feet, 4-inches in a broad jump.

"I'd like the opportunity to play quarterback, but I'll do anything a team needs me to do to win," Pryor said following his workout.

At least one team said for sure they would not pick Pryor in the draft -- the Indianapolis Colts. Team owner Robert Irsay made his comments via Twitter Saturday.

"Not taking Pryor...what VET QB would u vote 4 to sign that's out there? If sum1 has 2 hold the fort early season, who u going with?," Irsay tweeted.

The Colts may start the NFL season without Peyton Manning, who is recovering from surgery to correct a disk-related issue in his neck.

The supplemental draft, held for players who missed the filing deadline for the regular draft or who have college eligibility issues, was originally slated for this past Wednesday. It was postponed, in part, to allow the NFL more time to reconsider Pryor's status.

Pryor left Ohio State in June in the wake of head coach Jim Tressel's resignation, having been at the center of the scandal that forced Tressel out. He received improper benefits for selling awards and other memorabilia in 2009 and would have been forced to sit out the first five games of the 2011 season as punishment from the NCAA.

After declining an offer to play in the CFL, Pryor signed with high-powered agent Drew Rosenhaus in an effort to become eligible for the supplemental draft.

The NFL eventually made Pryor eligible for the draft, but ruled that he cannot play or practice for any team that signs him for the first five games of the 2011 season. He can practice and participate in preseason games.