This is a trend.
Hunter Renfrow is just not a part of the Las Vegas Raiders’ offense this season. Sure, it can always change, but there doesn’t seem to be any evidence that is going to happen. The coaching staff is simply not getting Renfrow involved. Early in the season, Las Vegas head coach Josh McDaniels said it was just the way the game was dictated.
But it’s been six games and Renfrow, isn’t part of the offense. In a 21-17 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday, Renfrow, who is carrying a $13.1 million salary-cap number, played seven offensive snaps and had no targets. Renfrow has six catches on nine targets this season.
In 2021, with the previous coaching staff, Renfrow made the Pro Bowl after he had 103 catches on 128 targets.
He impressed McDaniels and general manager Dave Ziegler enough that they gave the 2019 fifth-round pick a contract extension before last season. Renfrow was injured last season and he had 36 catches in 10 games.
There have been rumors since early in the offseason that the Raiders are shopping Renfrow and the reports are persisting that the team is offering the slot receiver leading up to the October 31 trade deadline.
What do you think the Raiders should do? Should they just cut bait on him since they don’t use him or should they figure it out and starting using this weapon.
Should Raiders trade wide receiver Hunter Renfrow?
This poll is closed
Might as well at this point
No, figure out a way to get him involved