For the second time in his NFL career, Terrelle Pryor will have his game-worn equipment displayed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Pryor's jersey, gloves and cleats from last week's game at Miami will be displayed next to equipment worn by Hall of Famer Frank Gifford. Pryor, in a losing effort against the Dolphins, became the first player since Gifford (1959) to have at least 120 receiving yards, at least 30 passing yards, and at least 20 rushing yards in a single game. The Browns wide receiver amassed 144 receiving yards on eight catches, 21 rushing yards and 32 passing yards in an all-everything performance.
Pryor also became the first NFL player to register at least three passing attempts, three rushing attempts and three receptions in the same game since Billy Kilmer did it for San Francisco in 1964.
"It's awesome to be mentioned with great athletes and doing it here for Browns fans, for that to be in Ohio as well," Pryor said Thursday. "For that stuff to happen here for the Cleveland Browns, the recognition for us, it's cool."
In November 2013, Pryor sent his Oakland Raiders jersey to the Hall of Fame after registering the longest touchdown run by a quarterback in NFL history, a 93-yarder that helped the Raiders beat the Steelers.
This marks the third consecutive year a Cleveland player has sent some form of equipment to the Hall of Fame. Last season, Gary Barnidge and Josh McCown sent their jerseys to Canton after their record-breaking performances in a comeback win at Baltimore.