It's uncertain whether the Raiders will add another quarterback with the No. 5 pick in the NFL draft in May. However, it appears certain that last year's starting quarterback, Terrelle Pryor, won't be on the roster much longer.

FOX Sports' Alex Marvez said Wednesday that the Raiders have received "trade feelers" for Pryor and that the Raiders likely will release Pryor in April if they aren't able to trade the third-year quarterback.

Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said earlier this week that he intends to meet with Pryor in the coming days to discuss Pryor's future with the team that selected him in the 2011 supplemental draft.

Oakland Raiders’ quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) throws against the Denver Broncos in the first quarter at the O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on
Oakland Raiders' quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) throws against the Denver Broncos in the first quarter at the O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) ( Nhat V. Meyer )

McKenzie said he is aware of the fact that Pryor wants to be a starting quarterback. That no longer is an option with the Raiders on the heels of a trade for veteran Matt Schaub.

Also, Pryor is entering the final year of the four-year contract he signed in 2011. An earlier FOX Sports report said that Pryor asked to be traded or released, even before the Raiders acquired Schaub.

Pryor started nine games for the Raiders last season, including the regular-season opener and the season finale. In between, undrafted rookie Matt McGloin started six games and veteran Matt Flynn started one.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Tuesday that McGloin is ahead of Pryor on a depth chart that also features veteran Trent Edwards. In other words, Pryor is viewed as the No. 3 quarterback, at best, three months after he started the Raiders final game of the 2013 season.

The Raiders aren't apt to get much in return for Pryor. However, it's worth trying to see if they can get a late-round pick before they resort to an outright release.

Pryor did not return a phone call seeking comment.