Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor passed his latest concussion test Friday morning and was cleared for contact but he was still in no shape to answer the head-scratching question of the day:

Will Pryor start let alone play on Sunday against the Washington Redskins?

Oakland head coach Dennis Allen said Pryor was cleared medically but has one more hurdle Saturday. If he passes another precautionary medical test he will play Sunday against the Redskins Allen said.

Matt Flynn has been taking the first-team reps this week.

"We want to do the right thing for this kid" Allen said referring to the extra test for Pryor.

Pryor talked to reporters and he said he feels 100 percent.

"It's going to be interesting" he said. "Whoever they pick it will be in the best interest of the team."

Pryor was injured after absorbing a helmet-to-helmet hit from Denver linebacker Wesley Woodyard in the fourth quarter of Monday's 37-21 loss to the Broncos. Pryor was knocked out but got up and ran two more plays both passes before giving way to Flynn.

Pryor was listed as limited in practice Friday but did just about everything the other quarterbacks did.

"I like the progress that I have seen out of him over the last few days" Allen said. "We're going to still continue to monitor him but he's made some significant progress. I like where he is at mentally."

In saying Pryor will play and not necessarily start if he passes the team's last test Saturday Allen is planning to bring Pryor off the bench if he's not totally up on the game plan.

Allen was asked if there were also competitive reasons for not naming a starter and he said yes.

Pryor hadn't heard about the extra test Saturday until reporters told him but he said he appreciates the team making sure he is 100 percent back from the concussion.