Source: Hunter Renfrow agrees to 2-year, $32M extension with Las Vegas Raiders 8:23 AM ET ESPN The Las Vegas Raiders and wide receiver Hunter Renfrow have agreed to a two-year, $32 million extension with $21 million guaranteed, a source confirmed to ESPN. Renfrow was in line for a new deal after catching 103 passes in 2021, the second-highest single-season total by a receiver in franchise history behind the 104 receptions Hall of Famer Tim Brown had in 1997. Renfrow also caught 9 touchdown passes last season. Over his career, Renfrow has caught 208 passes for 2,299 yards with 15 touchdowns. Editor's Picks Renfrow, a fifth-round find out of Clemson by the Raiders in 2019, was set to play out the final year of his rookie contract, earning $2.54 million in base salary. The extension is third this offseason handed out by the Raiders to their homegrown talent, following deals to QB Derek Carr and defensive end Maxx Crosby . Renfrow figures to continue to work out of the slot with Davante Adams , acquired by the Raiders in a blockbuster trade on March 18 after eight seasons with the Green Bay Packers , taking over as the No. 1 receiver in the offense. Renfrow's extension was first reported by the NFL Network.