Pryor had a breakout season in Cleveland last year and caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards. However, many people might not remember what he accomplished during his time under center.
Originally, Pryor came into the league as a quarterback with the Oakland Raiders during the 2011 NFL season. In 2013, the Ohio State product started nine games for the Raiders and had one of the most memorable plays of the entire season.
Against the Pittsburgh Steelers that year, Pryor blew by the entire Pittsburgh defense and into the history books with a 93-yard run, the longest run in NFL history by a quarterback.
That run displayed speed and breakaway ability the Redskins hope to tap into during the 2017 season.