Terrelle Pryor could get some snaps at QB for Browns

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor could wind up getting limited snaps at the quarterback position Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, multiple sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Rookie Cody Kessler is starting at quarterback for the Browns with both Robert Griffin III (shoulder, on injured reserve) and Josh McCown (shoulder) sidelined by injuries.

Pryor played quarterback at Ohio State and was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the 2011 supplemental draft. After he was released by the Raiders in 2014, he wasn't able to secure a spot with an NFL team until he converted to wide receiver and was named a starter at the position for the Browns this season. He also started two games at receiver for the Browns at the end of the 2015 season.

He has six receptions for 100 yards in two games this season. He also was hit with a costly taunting penalty in last Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

As a NFL quarterback, Pryor passed for 1,953 yards with nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions in three seasons with the Raiders. He completed 56.3 percent of his passes (170 of 302 attempts).

In Browns injury news, cornerback Joe Haden will not play due Sunday to a strained groin injury. Haden, who had two interceptions in the Week 2 loss to the Ravens, is one of seven starters who will not play against the Dolphins.

Others out include McCown, wide receiver Corey Coleman, safety Ibraheim Campbell, offensive lineman Cam Erving, defensive lineman Carl Nassib and kicker Patrick Murray.