Terrelle Pryor’s Driving Privileges Reinstated with Proof of Insurance
Terrelle Pryor Catches Break Getting Back Driving Privileges:
Terrelle Pryor is still not out of the woods yet, but the heat on him has cooled down just a little bit now that his driving privileges have been reinstated.
Pryor is under investigation by the NCAA following Jim Tressel’s retirement in the wake of scandal involving Ohio state players receiving improper benefits.
This is a big move on Pryor’s part but he is still not out of the woods yet, and in no way is this going to get the NCAA to get off his trail.
The CBS Sports Wire reports that Pryor’s lawyer confirmed that his driving privileges have been reinstated.
Officials at the Ohio Department of Public Safety said Wednesday that Pryor's driving privileges in the state had been suspended because he failed to produce proof of insurance when pulled over for a stop-sign violation on Feb. 19.
Pryor's attorney, Larry James, said Thursday that Pryor had since shown proof he had insurance. James said he had a copy of the insurance policy that was in place at the time of the stop.
Many questions about Terrelle Pryor still remain and it is still uncertain whether or not the buck will stop at Jim Tressel for Ohio State, but it is highly unlikely.
This is obviously a very fluid situation and is undoubtedly not the last time we here from Pryor, so stay tuned to Bleacher Report for updated information and analysis.
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