Hunter Renfrow landing spots: Top 3 teams that should target unsettled Raiders WR

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Las Vegas Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow looks to be on his way out.

Las Vegas Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow looks to have played his last down for the franchise. After his worst-ever season in the NFL which saw him total just 330 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games, Renfrow is looking at other options.

Hondo Carpenter of Sports Illustrated reported that he doesn't expect Renfrow to return to the Raiders, which means the 27-year-old is on the lookout for a new team.

So who could do with his services? Let's not forget, in 2021 he had a 1,038 receiving yard, nine touchdown-season before an injury-riddled year in 2022.

Here are three teams that could do with Hunter Renfrow's services:

#1 New England Patriots

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Las Vegas Raiders v Pittsburgh Steelers

Mac Jones needs weapons, and fast. Although the Patriots signed JuJu Smith-Schuster from Kansas City, there isn't a lot of talent on the roster aside from him and Jakobi Meyers.

Adding a true slot receiver like Hunter Renfrow could give Jones an ultimate security blanket.

His cost likely wouldn't be high as he is coming off a poor season.

#2 Indianapolis Colts

Whether or not Anthony Richardson is ready for Week 1 remains to be seen. In a similar ilk to Mac Jones, giving the rookie a veteran receiver could fast-track his development.

With Michael Pittman Jr. the only true threat from the receiver room alongside Parris Campbell last season, the Colts could do with another weapon.

Renfrow is a consummate professional and having him work with Richardson could prove to be a smart move by the Colts front office.

#3 Green Bay Packers

Jordan Love needs weapons. After losing both Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb to New York, the Packers' receiving group is rather thin.

Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs showed promise last season, but they need an experienced head in the room to guide them, which is where Renfrow comes in.

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Edited by Nicolaas Ackermann
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