The Ravens have done their part to ensure Justin Tucker stays in Baltimore this coming season.
According to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, the Ravens assigned a second-round tender worth $2.356 million to the popular kicker. If a team wants to make a run at Tucker, the Ravens have the right to match the offer or receive a second-round pick in return.
It's unlikely a team will go after Tucker, a restricted free agent, and therefore he'll be staying put in Baltimore.
The Ravens also applied an original-round tender on safety Will Hill that's valued at $1.542 million. If the Ravens decide not to match a competing offer, if one emerges, they would not receive a draft pick in return.
The Ravens also gave exclusive-rights tenders to receiver Kamar Aiken ($585,000) and tight end Phillip Supernaw ($510,000), offensive lineman Ryan Jensen ($510,000), defensive end Steven Means ($510,000) and cornerback Tramain Jacobs ($510,000).