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Terrelle Pryor appears as a starting receiver on Cleveland’s first depth chart

QB-turned-WR Terrelle Pryor is currently the No. 2 receiver with the Cleveland Browns and Mike Florio explains why that might not change even after Josh Gordon gets off suspension.

Terrelle Pryor’s transition to receiver is apparently going pretty well.

Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns have issued their first training-camp depth chart. Pryor is listed as a starting receiver.

Also on the first string is rookie first-rounder Corey Coleman. The second-string receivers are Andrew Hawkins and Marlon Moore.

Josh Gordon does not have a spot on the depth chart, because he has yet to practice with the team. Even if Gordon climbs the ladder quickly, his four-game suspension puts Pryor currently on track to start in Week One. Which is an impressive development for a guy who reluctantly gave up the quarterback position and embraced playing receiver.

Pryor entered the league five years ago as a third-round pick in the supplemental draft. He started nine games for the Raiders at quarterback in 2013.