Hunter Renfrow agrees a 2-year extension of $32M with Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders Wide receiver Hunter Renfrow According to ESPN, they have reached an agreement to extend their contract for two years, worth $32million, with $21 million guaranteed.

Renfrow was eligible for a new contract after he caught 103 passes in 2021. This is the second-highest single season total by a receiver in franchise-history behind the 104 receptions Hall of Famer Tim Brown received in 1997. Renfrow also caught nine touchdown passes last year.

Renfrow's career includes 208 receptions for 2,299 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Renfrow, who was a fifth round pick from Clemson by Raiders in 2019, was scheduled to complete the last year on his rookie contract. He earned $2.54million as base salary.

Following deals with QB, this is the third extension that Raiders have given to their homegrown talent. Derek Carr Both defensive and offensive end Maxx Crosby.

Renfrow plans to continue working out of the slot Davante AdamsThe Raiders acquired him in a blockbuster deal on March 18, after eight seasons of the Raiders. Green Bay PackersAs the No. 1 receiver in the offense.

NFL Network reported Renfrow’s extension for the first time.

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