The former Ohio State quaterback-turned-receiver appears headed to the Jets.

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He may have been a Seahawk at a prior time in his NFL career. But Terrelle Pryor won’t be a Seahawk again anytime soon after he signed with the Jets on Saturday.

Pryor, who was with Seattle in training camp in 2014 when he was attempting to make the roster as a backup quarterback, visited the Seahawks on Sunday and Monday but left without signing a contract, and then visited the Jets.

After earlier reports that he would sign with the Jets emerged Pryor indeed put pen to paper on Saturday to ink with New York.

That leaves the Seahawks still looking to fill out their receiving corps and specifically in terms of finding a big receiver.

Pryor is listed at 6-4, 228 and would have been the tallest and heaviest receiver on Seattle’s roster other than 6-6, 230-pound Tanner McEvoy.

Seattle earlier signed Jaron Brown and acquired Marcus Johnson in a trade with the Eagles to add to their existing roster of receivers, but also have lost Paul Richardson in free agency to Washington.

The Seahawks have also gotten a visit from former Steelers and Eagles receiver Markus Wheaton.