Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is holding his pro day today at a Pittsburgh-area high school in advance of Monday's NFL Supplemental Draft - and according to NFL.com's Albert Breer, the Buffalo Bills are one of 15 teams in attendance.
ESPN's Adam Schefter speculated earlier this week that the Bills - thanks to Chan Gailey's proclivity for designing offenses around athletic quarterbacks - would be one of the teams more interested in the 6'6", 233-pound athlete. Most scouts agree that Pryor has a very long way to go as a passer, but there's no denying that he's a special physical talent.
Other notable teams present today, per Breer, are Washington, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Oakland, Miami and San Francisco.
The NFL ruled this week that while Pryor would be eligible for the supplemental draft, they'd also uphold an NCAA suspension that will require Pryor to miss five weeks' worth of practice and games once the regular season starts. Given that the Bills have already made a significant investment in a 27-year-old "Slash" quarterback in Brad Smith, it seems unlikely that they'll spend a draft pick on Pryor on Monday.