Prior to playing each other in the preseason on Aug. 16, the Jets and Redskins will have three joint practices leading up to the game. Proceedings may get interesting.
Former Redskins WR Terrelle Pryor is ready for whatever his former teammates have to throw at him-- he didn't leave Washington with a glowing reputation behind him.
"We're there to practice and get better," Pryor said, via Darryl Slater of NJ.com. "If I wanted to put my shoulder down and hit one of them -- and get chippy, too -- I'm sure I could do that. But that's not why we're there. If they take dirty shots, I'm sure we'll handle that accordingly. You start trying to make it an individual thing, it takes away from our team. I don't want to individualize myself."
Redskins LB Zach Brown is certainly looking forward to lining up opposite Pryor.
"The boys are going to have it out for him," Brown said. "We can put hands on him now. The boys were already hot for what he was doing last year. Try to one-hand something while you're with the Jets, you're going to catch a forearm."
Pryor's season with the Redskins was forgettable, as the former QB caught just 20 passes for 240 yards and one touchdown after posting a 1,000-yard receiving season with the Browns in 2016.