Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow didn't really have any expectations for his rookie season coming out of Clemson. He just knew it wasn't going the way he wanted.
So Renfrow took some time during the bye week in early October to return home to South Carolina and do some thinking in one of his favorite sanctuaries.
"I went hunting," he said after a training camp practice Tuesday at the team's facility in Henderson. "To be able to sit in a tree stand and just sit back and think about things (was helpful).
The results didn't show up right away. Renfrow, who had averaged 2.4 catches for 20.2 yards over his first five NFL contests, posted similar numbers with two catches for 14 yards the following week against Green Bay.
Raiders' Hunter Renfrow sets high expectations for 2020 NFL season originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area