The tenders keep coming in. You ready for some more?
Here we go:
Cornerback Fabian Washington announced via his Twitter account that the Ravens have given him the first-round tender. The former first-round pick is coming off a torn ACL that will limit him in the team's offseason workouts.
According to multiple reports, fullback Le'Ron McClain will also receive the first-round tender, while safety Dawan Landry and punter Sam Koch will each get the second-round tender.
McClain, a fourth-round pick back in 2007, has made the Pro Bowl the last two years, and has proven to be both an effective lead blocker and power runner.
Landry returned from a spinal cord concussion suffered in 2008 to start all 16 games last year, while Koch has developed into a consistent special teams threat. This is the second year in a row that the Ravens' punter got the second-round tender.
Four players have received low tenders thus far: kicker Billy Cundiff (no compensation), quarterback John Beck (third-round compensation), offensive lineman Tony Moll (fifth-round compensation) and linebacker Prescott Burgess (sixth-round).
As with the other tenders, the Ravens have first right of refusal, but if another team signs the player to an offer sheet and the Ravens refuse to match, the level of compensation is based on which round those players were originally drafted.
Tight end Edgar Jones reportedly was not tendered a contract, although the Ravens could still choose to re-sign him down the road.