OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Tue 10/5/21 12:51 AM

Renfrow caught six of eight targets for 45 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 28-14 loss to the Chargers.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow did his usual work on crisp routes underneath, with his touchdown coming on a 10-yard reception to begin the third quarter. That play gave Renfrow a score in consecutive contests, and the 25-year-old has now hauled in at least five passes in every game this season. Despite the presence of Pro-Bowl tight end Darren Waller and lightning-quick deep threat Henry Ruggs, Renfrow remains a security blanket for quarterback Derek Carr, consistently helping the Raiders move the sticks.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Sun 9/26/21 11:01 PM

Renfrow caught five of six targets for 77 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-28 overtime win over the Dolphins.
EDGE Analysis
Six different Raiders caught between three and five passes and saw between five and seven targets as Derek Carr spread the ball around very effectively, but Renfrow was the only one of the group to get into the end zone as he fought his way through traffic after the catch on a 12-yard TD in the third quarter. The slot receiver has caught at least five passes in three straight games to begin the season, and Renfrow stands a good chance of extending that streak Week 4 in a potential barnburner against the Chargers on Monday night.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Tue 9/21/21 5:00 AM

Renfrow caught five of seven targets for 57 yards Sunday in the Raiders' 26-17 win over the Steelers. He also returned two punts for 26 yards.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow has yet to find the end zone this season, but he's recorded 11 receptions for 127 yards on 16 targets through two weeks despite logging less than 30 offensive snaps in Pittsburgh on Sunday. The slot receiver is pacing the Raiders' WR corps in targets, and quarterback Derek Carr could be forced to rely on Renfrow even more often against the Dolphins in Week 3 as cornerbacks Xavien Howard and Byron Jones attempt to blanket Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards on the outside.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Tue 9/14/21 1:29 PM

Renfrow caught six of nine targets for 70 yards during Monday's 33-27 win over the Ravens.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow finished second on the team in targets and third on the team in receiving yards. He also drew two very critical pass interference calls on two different trips to the red zone. The savvy route runner continues to be a solid contributor, but his upside is limited due to his lack of big plays and red zone targets.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Mon 8/23/21 1:58 AM

Renfrow did not play in Saturday's 17-16 preseason win over the Rams as the Raiders also were without fellow wide receivers Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards and John Brown.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow's role is essentially solidified as the Raiders' starting slot receiver ahead of Week 1, so the team hasn't risked his health while a majority of the first stringers have been kept to the sideline through two preseason contests. The Clemson product impressed in a joint practice with the Rams last Wednesday, however, reportedly torching All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey on multiple occasions as The Athletic's Vic Tafur noted.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Thu 1/7/21 10:46 AM

Renfrow caught three passes for 24 yards on seven targets in Sunday's 32-31 win over the Broncos, bringing his season totals to 56 catches for 656 yards and two scores on 77 targets in 16 games. He also added 265 yards on 23 punt returns with a long of 32.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow's 56 receptions paced the Raiders wide receiver corps, which doesn't include tight end Darren Waller nearly doubling the slot man's totals with 107 catches (on 145 targets) of his own. Renfrow, who led the Raiders in red-zone receptions as a rookie, saw his touchdown count sliced in half this season, while the aforementioned Waller, as well as Nelson Agholor, combined for 17 trips to the end zone. With two years remaining on his rookie contract, Renfrow figures to continue his development in Las Vegas alongside Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Sun 12/27/20 12:59 AM

Renfrow secured all five of his targets for 34 yards, adding five punt returns for 61 yards during Saturday's 26-25 loss to Miami.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow posted 32, 19 and 13-yard punt returns during the Week 16 defeat, with his long helping Las Vegas to its first touchdown of the contest at the 8:25 mark of the first quarter. The 25-year-old's five targets, meanwhile, tied him for third on the team behind Nelson Agholor and Darren Waller, who each enjoyed significantly more explosive offensive nights with receiving outputs of 155 yards and 112 yards, respectively. Agholor notched the Raiders' lone receiving TD of Week 16, while Renfrow carries an eight-game scoring drought into a season finale against the Broncos.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Thu 12/24/20 5:47 PM

Renfrow (concussion) doesn't carry an injury designation for Saturday night's game against the Dolphins after practicing fully Wednesday and Thursday.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow, who was forced out of last Thursday's game against the Chargers after just 13 snaps on offense, thus has gained medical clearance to suit up this weekend. While his ceiling in standard fantasy formats is modest, he retains some utility in PRR leagues, having logged a 48-598-2 stat line through 14 games to date.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Wed 12/23/20 5:29 PM

Renfrow (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
EDGE Analysis
The Raiders haven't yet announced that Renfrow is out of the league's five-step concussion protocol, but at the very least the veteran slot man is making tangible progress. He appears to be trending in the right direction for Saturday's home game against the Dolphins.

OUTHunter Renfrow
WR LV (6)
Tue 12/22/20 5:07 PM

Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said Renfrow (concussion) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
Renfrow was diagnosed with a concussion after exiting in the second half of the Raiders' Week 15 loss to the Chargers, but his ability to practice in some fashion to begin Week 16 implies progress as he navigates the NFL's five-step protocol for head injuries. The wideout will look to upgrade to full activity and gain clearance from independent neurologist ahead of Saturday's game against the Dolphins.