The Seattle Seahawks have given restricted free agent wide receiver Doug Baldwin a second-round tender.
The second-round tender means Baldwin would be paid about $2.1 million for the 2014 season if he signs it. He could also reach a long-term deal with the Seahawks or sign with another team. If he were to sign with another club, Seattle would be compensated with a second-round pick.
Baldwin has been one of Seattle's top receivers in two of his three NFL seasons.
Originally an undrafted free agent out of Stanford, Baldwin caught 51 passes as a rookie and had another 50 grabs last season along with a career-high five touchdowns in the regular season. Baldwin had 13 catches in the postseason and a touchdown catch in the Super Bowl.