Raiders News: Terrelle Pryor Doesn’t ‘Remember Much’ After Hit

Following the loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday night, quarterback Terrelle Pryor of the Oakland Raiders was diagnosed with concussion as the result of a crushing hit by Wesley Woodyard late in the game.

Apparently, Pryor doesn’t remember much after suffering the concussion according to his Twitter account (@TerrellePryor):

Despite the memory loss after the hit, Pryor says he feels great:

Due to NFL rules, Pryor will have to pass concussion tests this week in order to be able to play against the Washington Redskins in Week 4. The Raiders will play host to the winless Redskins at Coliseum next Sunday with hopes of getting back to .500.

If Pryor is unable to go due to the concussion, the Raiders’ coaching staff will go with veteran Matt Flynn as the starter. Flynn was able to play a few snaps in the loss to the Broncos, but really didn’t play enough to make an impression or give any indication of what we may see in Week 4.

Flynn will receive the bulk of first team reps this week with rookie quarterback Matt McGloin in the backup role. Even though the Redskins are currently winless and have failed to live up to expectations thus far, this team will be hungry heading into Oakland and ready to play.