Two former Buckeyes, both NFL receivers, found new NFL teams Friday. Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who transformed into a receiver with the Cleveland Browns and had a 1,000 yard season, could never reach an agreement with the Browns, and agreed to a 1-year, $8 million deal with Washington.
Pryor visited Washington Friday morning and obviously wasted no time deciding to make the move to D.C. Washington was in need of a wide-out after their two 1,000 yard receivers from last season left as free agents on Thursday. DeSean Jackson signed with Tampa Bay and Pierre Garcon, with San Francisco. That could mean Pryor will be a primary target in Washington for quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Also finding a new team on Friday is now veteran NFL receiver Ted Ginn Jr. After becoming Cam Newton's favorite deep target in Carolina, Ginn goes within the division and signs with the New Orleans Saints, where he'll team up with another former Buckeye receiver, Michael Thomas. The Saints made note of that on Twitter.