Tyler Huntley's surprise appearance in the Pro Bowl didn't earn him a pay raise, but the Ravens remain interested in keeping him.

Baltimore is placing the right-of-first-refusal tender on the restricted free agent quarterback, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.

Huntley's restricted status means the Ravens will be able to match any offer presented to the quarterback. However, Baltimore's low tender offer to the former undrafted free agent means the Ravens won't receive any compensation if Huntley signs an offer sheet and they decline to match the offer.