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After notching over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns in 2021, Renfrow has become an afterthought. He wasn't even on an NFL team after the draft in April. With minimal expectations even if he does make a roster this preseason, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 25 255 10.20 0.00 181.1
2022 36 330 9.17 2 0.00 383.8
3y Avg. 55 541 9.84 4 1 1.00 684.5
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  • Hunter Renfrow: Cut loose by Las Vegas

    The Raiders will release Renfrow on Wednesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. The move will open up $8.21 million in cap space for the Raiders in 2024 and was seen as an inevitability unless Renfrow agreed to a large paycut. He caught 103 passes for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns in 2021 -- his third NFL season -- but then had only 585 yards in 27 games the past two seasons after signing a two-year, $32.33 million extension. He made it through the first season of the extension, but he'll now become a free agent a few months after his 28th birthday. Meanwhile, the Raiders have Davante Adams, Jakobi Meyers and Tre Tucker atop their depth chart at wide receiver, with the latter having replaced Renfrow in the No. 3 role at times during the 2023 season.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Likely headed for release

    The Raiders can add $11.8 million in 2024 cap space if they release Renfrow with a post-June 1 designation, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Renfrow has just one season left on his contract, but the use of void years means dead-cap charges for 2025 and 2026 will accelerate onto the 2024 sheet if he's traded before June 1 or released without the aforementioned designation. Either way, the Raiders would avoid paying him an $11.53 million base salary, $100,000 workout bonus and up to $629,000 in per-game roster bonuses. It's an obvious move given his lack of production the past two seasons, though there is a scenario in which Renfrow stays in Las Vegas via a renegotiation or extension that drastically lowers his compensation. He's highly unlikely to have a trade market under the terms of the current contract.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Catchless over last four games

    Renfrow, who didn't catch a single pass throughout the Raiders' final four games, ended the 2023 season with 25 total receptions for 255 yards on 37 targets in 17 contests. Renfrow's otherwise disappointing 2023 campaign was highlighted by a three-game stretch between Weeks 11 and 14 in which he posted a 12-126-0 line on 14 targets, but he promptly saw his playing time dwindle thereafter in favor of rookie Tre Tucker's development behind fellow wideouts Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers. If the team is unable to find a trade partner for Renfrow this offseason, the 28-year-old slot receiver could be a release candidate at a $5.5 million dead cap expense, which would save the Raiders about $8.2 million in cap space.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Not targeted in loss

    Renfrow was not targeted in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Colts. Renfrow has played 12 or less snaps in back-to-back games with rookie Tre Tucker assuming the No. 3 wide receiver role behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers. Renfrow hasn't recorded a single reception since posting a 3-46-0 line Week 14 against the Vikings, and he figures to continue losing playing time to Tucker versus the Broncos in the upcoming regular season finale.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Another catchless outing

    Renfrow was targeted once in Monday's 20-14 win over the Chiefs, but he finished the contest without a reception. Renfrow wasn't alone in posting an underwhelming receiving line for the Raiders on Monday, as quarterback Aidan O'Connell completed just nine passes all game. Renfrow has been held without a single catch in back-to-back tilts, and he's likely to play behind Davante Adams, Jakobi Meyers and Tre Tucker again Week 17 against the Colts.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Targeted twice on TNF

    Renfrow was unable to haul in either of his two targets in Thursday's 63-21 win over the Chargers. Renfrow not only failed to contribute to the Raiders' 63 points, but he also played fewer offensive snaps (27) than fellow wide receiver Tre Tucker (29), who caught three passes for 59 yards and two touchdowns. Renfrow will continue to compete with Tucker for playing time behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers in Week 16 against the Chiefs.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Costly fumble in Sunday's loss

    Renfrow caught three of five targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Vikings. The veteran slot receiver finished second on the Raiders in receiving yards, but Renfrow also may have cost his team the game -- on Las Vegas' first possession of the second half, he caught a receiver screen and fumbled the ball after a big hit, ending the Raiders' only trip into the red zone. Renfrow has seen a more consistent role in the game plan since Josh McDaniels was fired, but he still has yet to catch a TD or reach 50 yards in a game heading into a Week 15 clash with the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Stays involved offensively

    Renfrow corralled all four of his targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Chiefs. Renfrow followed up his five-catch performance against Miami with four more grabs Sunday. The veteran slot man had failed to surpass two receptions over his first 10 games this season, which seemed to be directly linked to the signing of Jakobi Meyers this past offseason. Davante Adams and the aforementioned Meyers are still ahead of Renfrow in terms of depth chart order and target shares, leaving the 28-year-old with minimal fantasy value when Las Vegas returns from the bye to face Minnesota on Dec. 10.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Targeted once on SNF

    Renfrow caught his only target for five yards in Sunday's 16-12 win over the Jets. Renfrow played ahead of rookie Tre Tucker in the No. 3 receiver role for the Raiders on Sunday Night Football, but alpha Davante Adams was targeted on nearly half of Aidan O'Connell's 27 pass attempts, hogging 13 looks from the rookie quarterback while Renfrow saw just one opportunity come his way. Renfrow has yet to find the end zone through the team's first 10 games of the season, but Las Vegas could be forced to throw more often as a heavy underdog against the Dolphins in Week 11.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Notches two receptions in victory

    Renfrow caught two passes for 32 yards on three targets in Sunday's 30-6 win over the Giants. Renfrow's pair of receptions came on back-to-back plays in the second quarter to set up a two-yard touchdown rush for Josh Jacobs, giving the Raiders a two-score lead. Renfrow would ultimately log just 13 offensive snaps, however, while rookie Tre Tucker earned more playing time behind fellow receivers Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers. Despite the departure of former head coach Josh McDaniels, Renfrow's role appears to remain limited ahead of a Week 10 tilt against the Jets.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Two catches on MNF

    Renfrow caught two passes for 19 yards on four targets in Monday's 26-14 loss to the Lions. Renfrow was on the field for 28 of the Raiders' 46 offensive snaps as the team played from behind for much of the contest, but he was held to two or less receptions for the eighth consecutive week. If nobody's dealt ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline, Renfrow figures to remain behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers in the pecking order at wide receiver against the Giants in Week 9.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Catches pair of passes Sunday

    Renfrow caught two of three targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 30-12 loss to the Bears. Renfrow was credited with a start Sunday, but he ultimately played fewer offensive snaps (24) than rookie receiver Tre Tucker (32). Fellow wideouts Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers also hogged 25 targets between the two, leaving Renfrow little opportunity to produce. Given his diminished role in the Raiders' offense, the veteran slot receiver won't have much more fantasy appeal in Week 8 against the Lions even if Jimmy Garoppolo (back) returns to the lineup.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Season-high four targets in loss

    Renfrow caught two passes for 12 yards on four targets in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Chargers. Renfrow doubled his previous season high in targets with four looks from fill-in starter Aidan O'Connell on Sunday, but the former has caught just five total passes for 52 yards through the Raiders' first four contests. As the offense continues to revolve around Josh Jacobs, Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers, Renfrow's lack of significant production could continue against the Packers in Week 5.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Targeted twice on SNF

    Renfrow caught two passes on as many targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 23-18 loss to the Steelers. Renfrow logged a season-high 37 offensive snaps despite Jakobi Meyers' return from a concussion. The slot receiver has earned only three total targets through the Raiders' first three contests of the season however, resulting in a poor 3-40-0 line ahead of a Week 4 matchup against the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Chance to rebound with Meyers out

    Renfrow could be poised for a larger role Sunday in Buffalo, as Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports that Jakobi Meyers (concussion) has been ruled out. Meyers was concussed late in the 17-16 Week 1 win over the Broncos after catching nine of 10 targets for 81 yards and two touchdowns, while Renfrow wasn't targeted in that game. Vegas doesn't have much depth at wide receiver, so Meyers' absence should lead to more opportunities for Renfrow in the slot while No. 4 receiver DeAndre Carter could step in on the outside opposite Davante Adams. "Jakobi's a really good football player and, so, if he's not available then everybody has to step up and give themselves great opportunities to produce, and that's a good thing for them," coach Josh McDaniels said, per Paul Gutierrez of Considering Renfrow had a 1,000-yard season in 2021, his track record suggests he's the player most capable of stepping up for the duration of Meyers' absence.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Impressing in training camp

    General manager Dave Ziegler said he's "seen a lot of good stuff" from Renfrow (shoulder) during training camp, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. "It's been great to seen him feel great, playing great and ecstatic to see that development," Ziegler added. Renfrow was the subject of trade speculation earlier in the offseason and has barely been heard from this summer. He and Jakobi Meyers feel redundant as slot receivers, but the Raiders seemingly have a plan. Renfrow's fantasy startability is unlikely to return in 2023 if he's in Las Vegas.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Battling shoulder injury

    Renfrow (shoulder) is practicing in a non-contact jersey Tuesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Renfrow has yet to play this preseason due to the shoulder issue. Coming off a down 2022 in new coach Josh McDaniels' scheme, it's unclear what kind of role Renfrow is going to have this season following the additions of Jakobi Meyers and Phillip Dorsett in free agency and Tre Tucker in the third round of the 2023 Draft. Renfrow was the subject of trade rumors earlier in the offseason.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Won't play Sunday

    Renfrow isn't dressed for Sunday's preseason opener against the 49ers, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Renfrow is one of the few healthy offensive starters that isn't suited up for Las Vegas' first exhibition. The veteran's next chance to see game action will come Saturday against the Rams.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Not bothered by rumors

    Renfrow has avoided addressing trade rumors and recently said he'd like to prove the Raiders right for re-signing him, ESPN's Paul Gutierrez reports. Renfrow's 2021 breakout led to a two-year, $32 million contract extension last summer, with new coach Josh McDaniels and new general manager Dave Ziegler apparently optimistic the slot receiver would continue the success he enjoyed under the previous regime. It didn't work out that way, as an oblique injury and concussion cost Renfrow seven games and contributed to a career-low 330 receiving yards, barely more than half of his previous low-water mark. The Raiders then signed Jakobi Meyers in March, which led to speculation Renfrow could be traded, although the current plan seems to involve Meyers playing the perimeter more than he did in New England. There's no financial incentive to release Renfrow, as he already received a $4.32 million roster bonus and his $6.5 million base salary for 2023 is guaranteed. A trade might make sense, but there's theoretically room for both Meyers and Renfrow to see a decent number of targets in a Raiders offense that lost TE Darren Waller and WR Mack Hollins this offseason -- especially if RB Josh Jacobs remains away from the team into September.
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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Returns to practice

    Renfrow, who left practice early Wednesday with an unspecified issue, participated in Thursday's minicamp session, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. With Renfrow past the concussion and oblique issues that caused him to miss seven games last season, the 27-year-old is in line to work in a Raiders wide receiver corps that also includes fellow returnee Davante Adams, free-agent addition Jakobi Meyers and rookie third-rounder Tre Tucker. There had been some speculation that the slot man might be traded this offseason, but Reed notes that nothing is imminent on that front. As long as Renfrow sticks around, he'll have a chance to bounce back from his subpar 2022 stat line (36/330/2 in 10 games) in an offense slated to be helmed by Jimmy Garoppolo, provided the veteran's recovery from a foot injury goes smoothly.
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