Baldwin’s resume: Three years, 46 games, 130 catches, 1,932 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Compare that to the Jaguars’ Cecil Shorts’ resume: Three years, 37 games, 123 catches, 1,786 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.

Did the Baldwin (who is 25) deal set the market for Shorts (who is 26), who becomes a free agent next March?

“I’m not even thinking about that,” No. 84 said after Thursday’s OTA workout, which he sat out with a calf injury. “That’s not my job.”

Asked if he noticed Baldwin’s deal, Shorts said: “You take note of everybody. … But I don’t have anything to do with the numbers – that’s something my [representation] and [Jaguars general manager] Dave [Caldwell] will figure out when the time comes.

“I’m just focused on football.”

An admirable attitude to have, but Shorts’ camp should look at Baldwin’s deal and the three below receivers:

-- Andre Roberts, 26, Redskins. Stats: Four years, 62 games, 182 catches, 2,123 yards and 11 touchdowns for Arizona. The contract (2014): Four years, $16 million, $8 million guaranteed.

-- Riley Cooper, 26, Philadelphia. Stats: Four years, 56 games, 93 catches, 1,514 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Eagles. The contract (2014): Five years, $22.5 million, $8 million guaranteed.