Last week, Terrelle Pryor put to rest any chatter of him playing receiver during an interview with ESPN.com's Terry Blount:
I can’t catch. I’m either going to play quarterback or I’m going to be out of this league.
Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell gave positive reviews of Pryor's work ethic, but overall nothing major has happened to have him leapfrog over Tarvaris Jackson for second on the depth chart.
One of the big deciding factors has to be whether Pete Carroll's preference for the position is to have a known commodity, a veteran and someone who knows the offense. Or does he want a high-ceiling young athlete who is largely unproven?
When it comes to the quarterback position of a Super Bowl-defending team, the question is simple: If Russell Wilson goes down to injury for a few weeks, do you want Jackson or Pryor to be the starter?
The answer obvious to most, but there's still plenty of time left in camp for the answer to change.