ALAMEDA, Calif. — The Oakland Raiders traded quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the Seattle Seahawks.
Oakland dealt Pryor on Monday for a seventh-round pick in next month’s draft.
Pryor was a third-round pick in the 2011 supplemental draft out of Ohio State.
He started nine games last season, going 3-6, sharing the job with undrafted rookie free agent Matt McGloin.
Pryor went 156 for 272 for 1,798 yards, seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions, with a passer rating of 69.1.
GREEN’S OPTION EXCERCISED FOR 2015: In Cincinnati, the Bengals exercised a 2015 contract option for receiver A.J. Green, letting them turn their focus to an extension for quarterback Andy Dalton.
Green was the fourth overall pick in the 2011 draft and was entering the final season on his deal.
The collective bargaining agreement allows teams to exercise a fifth-year option on players taken in the top 10 in the draft. They have to pay him the average of the top 10 receivers in the NFL.
Dalton was taken in the second round in 2011, so he’s not subject to an option year. His deal expires after this season. Dalton said during an offseason workout on Monday that the Bengals have talked to him about an extension.
SOURCE SAYS SUH WON’T ATTEND VOLUNTARY CAMP: In Detroit, a person familiar with the situation said Ndamukong Suh is not attending the Detroit Lions’ voluntary minicamp this week.
The person, who said Suh will attend the team’s voluntary workouts in May and mandatory minicamp next month, spoke Monday night to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because Suh was not announcing his plans.
Detroit’s first-year coach Jim Caldwell said last week he wished the defensive tackle was at previous voluntary workouts, adding he has spoken to Suh more than any other player on the team since being hired.
The two-time All-Pro has skipped voluntary workouts in the past, and the 6-foot-4, 307-pound Suh has stayed in good shape.
Suh is entering the last year of his contract.
COSTA RETIRES AS GORDY RE-SIGNS: In Indianapolis, Phil Costa won’t be the Indianapolis Colts’ starting center this fall.
The former Dallas Cowboy was placed on the reserve-retired list Monday. The move comes five weeks after Indy signed the 6-foot-3, 302-pound free agent.
General manager Ryan Grigson saidCosta thought it was in his best interest to retire.
The announcement comes on the same day Indy announced cornerback Josh Gordy, a restricted free agent, signed his qualifying offer. Last season, Gordy had nine tackles, three passes defensed and one interception in 12 games.
Last week, the Colts signed fullbacks Stephen Campbell and Cameron White from two of the NFL’s regional combines.
Off the field
JOHNSON ARRESTED IN DOMESTIC DISPUTE: In Calabasas, Calif., the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said former NFL and Southern California receiver Keyshawn Johnson has been arrested after a report of a domestic dispute.
A Sheriff’s Department statement says deputies responded to a residence in Calabasas at 12:48 a.m. Monday and determined the resident and his ex-girlfriend were involved in a domestic dispute, and the resident was arrested for misdemeanor domestic battery.
The department subsequently identified the resident as Johnson, who posted bond at 9:15 a.m. and was released.
In the NFL, Johnson played for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers.
He’s currently an ESPN commentator and analyst. ESPN said it’s aware of the arrest and is looking into the matter.
A call to Johnson’s agent was not immediately returned.
LONGTIME FBI EMPLOYEE HIRED: In Miami, a longtime FBI employee was hired by the Miami Dolphins to oversee security in the wake of last year’s bullying scandal.
Joe Cicini spent 23 years in the Miami division of the FBI, where he worked with the joint terrorism task force and special events task force. He has provided crisis management training to the NFL, MLB, NBA, colleges and universities.
The Dolphins also announced the hiring of Dan Caspersen to oversee the human resources department. Caspersen was executive vice president of human resources for Toys ‘R’ Us from 2006 to 2013, and vice president of human resources for Target from 2001 to 2006.