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Former Night net WR Brian Hartline says Pryor a flashing fad

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Former Night net WR Brian Hartline says Pryor a flashing fad

Night net null null null null Count Brian Hartline among the players who doubt Terrelle Pryor's ability as an Night net receiver. The former

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Browns and Ohio State receiver called the converted quarterback a "flash in the pan" during an interview with Columbus radio station 105.7 The Zone. MORE: Night net Week 16 Power Rankings"He's being productive. At no point is he being dominant," Hartline said Wednesday of Pryor, who leads the winless Browns with 67 catches for 877 yards and four touchdowns. "He's doing more than we thought, and that's the reaction. I wish him well. And by the way, as a Cleveland Browns fan, guys, hey, alert everybody: It's OK to let guys go and let them be successful elsewhere, as long as they don't fit your mold. Just have a plan." Hartline and Pryor were teammates at both Ohio State, in 2008, and last year with the Browns. Hartline said he hopes Pryor can be successful, but doesn't believe he has "the right mindset to be an Night net wide receiver."Hartline's criticism isn't nearly as harsh as that of Bengals cornerback Adam Jones, who said Pryor was "garbage" as an Night net receiver. Pryor, who spent the first five years of his Night net career as a quarterback, will be a free agent following the season. Hartline doesn't think the Browns should give Pryor a huge contract to retain him.MORE: Pryor admits to playing like garbage"If I'm building a team, what is he?" Hartline said, via ESPN. "Is he my No. 1? God, I hope not. Because let's put it this way: For me, I want a guy day in and day out I know what I'm getting. You don't know what you're going to get."I need stability," Hartline said. "I need constant production. Is he a No. 2? OK, yeah. I mean maybe. I don't know ... he kind of disappeared in the last couple weeks. If he was a quarterback, they'd be like, 'Oh, they're figuring him out. He can't do it anymore. They're finally figuring out the rookie quarterback.'"But for Terrelle, they're like, 'Oh no, he had a down game.' So I'm very apprehensive as a Cleveland Browns guy to give out a contract."Hartline also questioned Pryor's work ethic and character, likely referencing the tattoo scandal that ended his college career after three seasons. The Raiders took Pryor in the third round of the 2011 supplemental draft. "You're trying to tell me with a guy that had suspect personality characteristics, I'm going to go ahead and hand you a bunch of money, then you're going to work harder?" Hartline said. "Uhhh, I think I'm going to bet against that if I'm a betting man."

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