NASHVILLE -- Gareon Conley isn't ready. Not yet.
The Raiders first-round cornerback was rendered inactive for Sunday's regular-season opener against the Tennessee Titans. No shocker there. The Ohio State product has practiced just four times since being activated off the physically unable to perform list.
They could use him against a high-octane Titans offense with plenty of weapons in the passing game. Instead Sean Smith and TJ Carrie will play opposite David Amerson at the cornerback spot.
In addition, the Raiders made quarterback Connor Cook, safety Keith McGill, fullback Jamize Olawale, offensive tackles Jylan Ware and David Sharpe and defensive tackle Darius Latham inactive.