Terrelle Pryor has never lacked for confidence. Common sense, yes. Confidence, no.
Pryor was certain his first season as an NFL wide receiver merited big money on the free agent market.
The Browns were less certain of Pryor's greatness, and it turns out the rest of the league shared Cleveland's opinion, not TP's.
The Browns, in fact, would rather pay a guy not to play than pay Pryor to play for them.