Now, I'm not usually one for Let's Bag On This Dude For Random Reasons, but Rittenberg's latest blog about Pryor's improved leadership seems weird to me:
"CHICAGO -- Ohio State senior tight end Jake Ballard didn't have to search for the subtle signs showing Terrelle Pryor's growth as a leader this summer.
Pryor made it plainly obvious during 7-on-7 workouts.
If a Buckeyes receiver dropped a pass, Pryor let him have it.
'If you drop one or two balls, he's going to try and get you out of there and put somebody else in," Ballard said. "If it hit your hands, he's going to take you out. He demands a lot from us and we demand a lot from him, and all of us know we can handle it.'"
Now, maybe I don't know what leadership is, but trying to get a guy off the field because he dropped a ball or two doesn't necessarily seem like leadership. Prima donna much?