Raiders Vs. Dolphins Gameday Inactives

Oakland Raiders backup quarterback Terrelle Pryor and wide receiver Juron Criner are among the Raiders' inactive players for their Sunday afternoon meeting on the road against the Miami Dolphins, according to the team's Twitter account.

Long-snapper Nick Guess, offensive tackle Joseph Barksdale, defensive end Jack Crawford, offensive lineman Lucas Nix and guard Tony Bergstrom join Pryor and Criner on the inactive list for the game, which is set to kick off at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Among the Dolphins' inactives for Miami's home game are Dolphins quarterback Pat Devlin, running back Daniel Thomas and tackle Will Yeatman.

Dolphins tackle Ray Feinga, defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, tight end Michael Egnew and wide receiver Anthony Armstrong will also not see action in Sunday's meeting between two 0-1 teams.

The meeting between the Dolphins and Raiders features two quarterbacks under scrutiny, including Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer and Dolphins rookie starter Ryan Tannehill, both looking to bounce their teams back from opening-week losses.

For more Raiders coverage, check out Silver and Black Pride.

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