Alex Boone isn’t Terrelle Pryor’s biggest fan. In fact, it’s safe to say he cannot stand his former Ohio State teammate.
Boone, now a guard with the Minnesota Vikings, expressed his obvious disdain for his former Buckeyes quarterback during a radio interview with KFAN.
After repeatedly exclaiming his dismay that Pryor was still playing in the NFL, Boone said, “Unfortunately I had Terrelle Pryor, too,” Boone said. “I could not stand any minute with him. The kid was so arrogant at the time. I hated everything about him.”
Pryor may have reformed his ways since his college days.
He’s had a rough go of it as a quarterback in the NFL. He flamed out with the Oakland Raiders in this capacity after being selected in Round 3 of the 2011 Supplemental Draft.
Since then, Pryor has reinvented himself as a wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns. He’s done such an outstanding job of it that one Browns reporter believes he’ll be the No. 2 receiver heading into the 2016 NFL season.
Educated guess on how #Browns WR depth chart shaping up: 1. Coleman, 2. Pryor, 3. Andrew Hawkins, 4. Rashard Higgins, 5-6. wide open.
— Tony Grossi (@TonyGrossi) August 6, 2016
Regardless of any personal transformation Pryor may have undergone since his college days, it doesn’t sound like Boone would have much interest in mending fences at this time.