Jets WR Terrelle Pryor was one of the most notable players missing at the team's first OTA on Tuesday, and it wasn't because he didn't want to show up.
Pryor, who had ankle surgery last November, has reportedly suffered another ankle injury this offseason, per the Daily News' Manish Mehta.
The 28-year-old converted receiver played in just nine games last season with the Redskins before a season-ending ankle injury ruined his one-year, "prove it" deal in Washington. He signed another with the Jets this offseason worth $4.5 million.
The only good news coming out of this is Pryor does have time to heal up before the mandatory practices on June 12. If he cannot perform in those, there will be even more time to get back on the field before training camp officially kicks off late this summer.
Pryor was a standout in his 2016 season with the Browns, where he totaled 1,007 yards and four touchdowns on 77 receptions. In his nine games last season, the Ohio State product tallied 240 yards and one touchdown on 20 receptions.