Kamar Aiken has signed his restricted free agent tender.
The wide receiver signed the second-round tender Monday after reporting for the team's voluntary offseason workout program. The second-round tender carries a $2.553 million price tag for the 2016 season.
The Ravens placed a high-value tender on the former undrafted prospect after his breakout season in 2015. Aiken was the last man standing in Baltimore's receiving corps, and he made the most of his opportunities in a year where Steve Smith Sr., Breshad Perriman, Michael Campanaro and Marlon Brown all finished the season on injured reserve.
Aiken played in all 16 games last year, catching 75 passes for 944 yards and five touchdowns. He showed he has the ability to be a starting NFL receiver and he enters the offseason program as Baltimore's top healthy wideout.
The 26-year-old receiver will once again have competition for his spot this year when Smith, Perriman and Campanaro get back on the field. The Ravens also signed speedy veteran receiver Mike Wallace to give the offense a proven deep threat.