Alex Boone rips Browns' Terrelle Pryor: 'I hated everything about him'


There's a war of words happening between Vikings offensive lineman Alex Boone and Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.

It started late last week when Boone joined KFAN for an interview and he was asked about the quarterbacks he played with at Ohio State.

After mentioning Todd Boeckman and Troy Smith, Boon added: "Unfortunately I had Terrell Pryor, too, who I could not stand any minute with him. The kid was so arrogant at the time. I mean, I hated everything about him."

When Boone found out Pryor is now a wide receiver for the Browns acted surprised: "He's still playing?! He's still playing?! Oh my god."

Pryor caught wind of Boone's verbal slap and responded by saying Boone should say that to his face.

"When you're young – and you guys know this, all of us – you're different," Pryor said, via ESPN. "You act different. Your mind is wired completely different. I'm 18 years old meeting this guy.

"I wish him well. That's all I have to say."

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