ALAMEDA, Calif. – Terrelle Pryor remains committed to winning back his job as Oakland's starting quarterback, even though the Raiders only appear willing to use him in spot situations the remainder of the season.
Talking extensively for the first time in more than three weeks, Pryor said he remains supportive of coach Dennis Allen's decision to stick with undrafted rookie quarterback Matt McGloin as Oakland's starter even though the knee injury that originally sidelined Pryor has healed.
Pryor brushed off suggestions that the move is a career setback. If anything, the former Ohio State quarterback hopes to use it as motivation.
Pryor and McGloin have had limited success this season.
Oakland won only three games in Pryor's eight starts and is just 1-3 since McGloin took over.
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