LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Apparently deep at safety, the Raiders have traded Tyree Gillespie to the Tennessee Titans for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2024.

Gillespie, a second-year free safety out of Missouri, played in 11 games in 2021, mostly on special teams, after being drafted in the fourth round, No. 143 overall.

He was in on eight tackles overall, including one solo tackle.

The Raiders did not announce the trade in their transactions Tuesday, which included the release of two players and placing three players on waivers. The team made the moves to reach the NFL mandated limit of 85 players.

The Gillespie trade was confirmed Wednesday in a news release by the team and the Titans. The Titans waived tight end Briley Moore to create roster space for Gillespie.

Tennessee reportedly needs help at safety, and the Raiders have plenty of backups at the position.

The Tuesday cuts included wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, a solid performer for four seasons with the Chiefs until signing with the Raiders as a free agent, and defensive tackle Vernon Butler, who was drafted in the first round by Carolina in 2016. He played in 10 games last season for Buffalo, starting one.