Pryor caught every pass thrown to him in the 30-minute portion of practice open to media. He looked at the middle finger on his right hand and wiggled it while standing in line for drills.
On Monday, coach Hue Jackson said Pryor's pain tolerance would determine whether he'll play Sunday when the Browns (0-14) face the San Diego Chargers (5-9) in the home finale at FirstEnergy Stadium. Pryor hopes to push through the pain and play in the final two games of the season, even though a torn ligament in the finger is expected to require surgery in the offseason. Pryor leads the Browns with 67 catches for 877 yards and four touchdowns, but his production has dipped in the past two games.