After already being suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor announced today he will not return for his senior season.

In a statement through his attorney, the scandal-ridden quarterback said the decision was in the best interest of his teammates.

The story said Pryor had not decided whether he would enter the supplemental NFL draft.  Labor unrest could mean Pryor could turn to Canada as the next stop in his career.

Pryor's announcement comes eight days after Buckeyes' Coach Jim Tressel was forced to resign.

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