In the complaint, the Raiders reportedly compiled a series of plays that they felt endangered Renfrow as a defenseless receiver, including a hit by linebacker Patrick Queen (that was called for unnecessary roughness in the second quarter) and an away-from-the play hit by cornerback Marlon Humphrey.
According to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, the league found that there were no violations committed by the Ravens defense and no fines were doled out.
The team filed a complaint per @VicTafur and all plays were reviewed, but no violations of the rules were found.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 18, 2021
Here’s the hit delivered by Humphrey:
Here’s one I saw right here …no flag with the ref right there smh pic.twitter.com/vFjxKxEmKR
— Brandon (@RaiderBintheHD) September 15, 2021
Humphrey said he apologized to Renfrow after the play.
“I apologized to [Renfrow] on the field,” Humphrey said. “But, yeah, that was a play I wish I could take back.”
When asked about the rough play against him earlier this week, Renfrow brushed it off like it was nothing.
“I didn’t notice anything different from any other game,” he said on Wednesday.
Renfrow finished the game with six receptions for 70 yards.
The Raiders will look to build off their thrilling Week 1 victory with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers tomorrow afternoon.