Ohio State’s Terrelle Pryor tries to get away from Wisconsin’s O’Brien Schofield during the fourth quarter of their NCAA college football game at The Ohio Stadium, Saturday, October 10, 2009, in Columbus, Ohio. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is in stable condition after being stabbed in the chest and shoulder at his apartment in Pittsburgh Friday night, according to reports.

Pryor underwent surgery this morning and remains hospitalized in stable condition.

An unidentified woman is in police custody.

Pryor played quarterback for the Buckeyes from 2008-10, leading Ohio State to a Rose Bowl win in 2009 and a Sugar Bowl win in 2010. He is No. 6 on Ohio State’s career passing list with 6,177 yards.

Pryor is currently a free agent wide receiver in the NFL, most recently playing in-game for the New York Jets. He was released from the Jacksonville Jaguars in September after spending time on the injured reserve.

The Lantern will continue updating this story as more information becomes available.

Update 2:12 p.m.: Pryor is in stable condition.