Report: Las Vegas Raiders Filed Complaint To NFL Over Ravens' Dirty Hits

If Monday night's classic between the Raiders and Ravens didn't need any more drama, the former has filed a complaint to the NFL. According to The Athletic's Vic Tafur, the Raiders are alleging that the Ravens delivered unnecessary and dirty hits to wide receiver Hunter Renfrow. Moreover, Las Vegas has compiled video evidence of multiple after-the-play and away-from-the-ball hits.

Baltimore's defense was penalized five times during Monday night's contest, which resulted in a total of 71 yards; only one of those infractions, however, was ruled a personal foul. Also, Renfrow drew one pass interference call in the first half.

While the Raiders are exasperated with the superfluous aggression exhibited towards their wide receiver, Renfrow appeared undaunted. The 25-year-old caught six passes — and was targeted nine times — for 70 yards, helping the Raiders pull off a thrilling 33-27 overtime win.

Below is one of the incidents Las Vegas is claiming to be a dirty and unnecessary hit on Renfrow. 

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