In an expected moved, Seattle receiver Jermaine Kearse signed his second-round contract tender today.
The news was first reported by ESPN and since confirmed by the team.
The poll has expired. Thank you for your submissions.Kearse was a restricted free agent, and in March the team placed a second-round tender on him, meaning any other team would have had to give a second-round pick to the Seahawks if they wanted to sign Kearse.
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The tender also assured Kearse a salary of $2.356 million for the 2015 season, the contract he will now get from Seattle for this season.
Kearse was an undrafted free agent out of Washington and was Seattle’s second-leading receiver last season with 38 catches for 537 yards. He also made the winning touchdown catch in overtime in the NFC Championship game against Green Bay.
Kearse noted his re-signing with the Seahawks tonight on Twitter: