Terrelle Pryor hoping to shock people in debut at wide receiver

Night net null null null Terrelle Pryor is set to make his debut as an Night net receiver against one of the teams that decided not to sign him last summer. Pry

or says he doesn't have any hard feelings toward the 49ers, whom he will face Sunday in his first pro game as a wideout with the Browns. MORE: Players who have switched positions mid-career | Randy Moss says switch will take time"The Browns are the only ones that have really seen me at receiver, so hopefully I'll shock some people out there on the field. But at the same time I can't really look back on who didn't give me a chance," Pryor said, via Cleveland.com. "All I can really think about right now is playing hard for my teammates and trying to help them get a W on Sunday.'' The former Ohio State star made the switch from quarterback to receiver following last season. A hamstring injury slowed him down, but he eventually signed with Cleveland, which cut him before the season. He made enough of an impression for the team to re-sign him when injuries ate away at position depth. "I believe coming back here I'm a better receiver, a better playmaker, smarter and I actually think it (the time away) helped me,'' he said. "My routes are a lot better, a lot more detailed and a lot more savvy. It's an exciting time for me and I'm looking forward to the opportunity."