In the second day of NFL free agency, many more deals went down. Players signed with their new teams, some players were traded along with draft picks, and some players were told they were released. In a day where lots of deals happened, one of the deals caught big headlines. Former Cleveland Browns' do-it-all man Terrelle Pryor has decided to sign with the Washington Redskins for a one-year deal. This is win-win for both sides, giving the Redskins a replacement for their recent receiver loses, and it gives Pryor a chance to play on a contending team with hopefully a QB in Kirk Cousins.

Change of position

Terrelle Pryor wasn't always the receiver he was this past season. He was initially a quarterback until the 2015 season when he decided to make the switch to receiver. This season Pryor stood out, as he was a legitimate No. 1 receiver for the Browns. In 2016 Pryor caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns. Pryor's receptions were the fourth highest in team history, and his yards was only the seventh time a Browns receiver hit the 1,000 yard milestone.

Pryor also played QB for the Browns during the season, taking place for whatever QB was hurt at that time. He was the second player in NFL history with have seasoned with 1,000 passing yards and 1,000 receiving yards.

He was more of a receiving threat, averaging 13.1 yards per reception. Pryor's numbers are solid, proving that he has the capabilities to become a No. 1 target.

Price is right

The Redskins were lucky enough to land Pryor for the deal they did. The deal is only a one-year deal worth $8 million. This is a great value for a receiver of Terrelle's caliber.

There is also a low risk in the scenario because since it is only a one-year deal, the Redskins can decide to let him go if he doesn't perform this season. The Redskins made a good deal for him, having a low risk but high reward.

The Browns decided not to hit Pryor with the franchise tag. If the Browns did, they would have to pay him a little over $15 million if the July 15 deadline couldn't reach a long-term deal.

Pryor decided to test his value on the free-agent market, and it turns out it wasn't really high. Pryor's win doesn't come on the financial side, but it happens on the playing field. He will now be with one of the best offenses in the league last year, and hopefully, Cousins will be back so he can take advantage of having a consistent QB for once.

The Redskins found a good receiver for a better price as they look to fill the holes Pierre Garcon and Desean Jackson left. They started out right by signing Pryor, but they will need more than that for them to have another offense that is among the league's best.