ALAMEDA — Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor seems intent upon a quick return from the concussion he suffered, based on a series of Tweets he fired off Tuesday morning.

"I'm ready to go," Pryor said via Twitter. He also said, "I feel great, by the way. Thanks for the concern. Go Raiders!"

Maybe so, but Pryor isn't allowed to practice or play in a game again until he passes the league-mandated protocol for players that suffered a concussion, as Pryor did Monday night late in a 37-21 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Monday night that he had "no idea" about the status of Pryor for the Raiders game against the Washington Redskins this Sunday.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) gets up off the turf after being sacked by the Denver Broncos in the third quarter of an NFL football game,
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) gets up off the turf after being sacked by the Denver Broncos in the third quarter of an NFL football game, Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, in Denver. ((AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) )

At first, Pryor sounded like a man that had a ways to go before he gets cleared by team doctors.

His first Tweet on Tuesday said: "Sorry about the loss Raider Nation. I don't remember much! Good hit by whoever it was. I heard our team fought well. We will be back."

There is no media access to players today because they received the day off from Allen.

Allen is scheduled to meet with the media for his weekly news conference at 1 p.m.

The Raiders practice Wednesday. If Pryor hasn't been cleared by that time, Matt Flynn is expected to get the reps with the first-team offense. He relieved Pryor against the Broncos and made his Raiders regular-season debut.

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