Lawyer appealed ban without consent?
Terrelle Pryor's attorney, David Cornwell, filed a letter on Aug. 25 to appeal the Oakland quarterback's league-mandated five-game suspension, but did so without discussing it with Pryor, his agent Drew Rosenhaus or the NFL Players' Association, according to a source.
However, when Cornwell filed the paperwork, all he did was reserve Pryor's right to appeal the ban. Cornwell has not been in recent contact with Pryor, Rosenhaus, or anyone in the former Ohio State quarterback's camp. ...
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