Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb and Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace are the top remaining unsigned players left on the restricted free agent market. Baltimore and Pittsburgh did their best to secure the rights to each player on Monday by extending Webb and Wallace first-round tenders.
The value of the first-round tender is $2.742 million.
“Predator” teams may still have interest in Wallace and Webb, assuming they are willing to fork over a first-round pick as compensation, in addition to a hefty contract Baltimore or Pittsburgh is unwilling to match.
Webb, 26, finished last season with five interceptions, a pick six, and one forced fumble in 15 starts.
Wallace, 25, racked up a career-best 72 receptions for 1,193 yards, and eight touchdowns.