Before I decide to slide into bed, here are a few more RFA tenders to pass along, according to a league release:
The Ravens gave wide receiver Mark Clayton the second-round tender. He will earn 110 percent of his 2009 salary, which would put him at nearly $2.3 million for 2010.
Guard/tackle Marshal Yanda was also given the second-round tender. The third-year man would earn $1.68 million if he plays under the tender.
Linebacker Antwan Barnes was given the low tender, meaning the Ravens would get a fourth-round pick as compensation if another team signs him to an offer sheet and the Ravens decline to match. Barnes would earn $1.1 million if he plays under the tender.
The Ravens chose not to tender a contract to tackle Adam Terry. He could still be re-signed at a later date.
Oh, and contrary to reports that Fabian Washington received a first-round tender, an NFL release says that the Ravens gave their cornerback the second-round tender.