Report: E.J. Biggers agrees to deal with Redskins

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Washinton adds depth to its secondary with the signing of E.J. Biggers. (USATSI)

The Washington Redskins and free-agent cornerback E.J. Biggers have agreed to a deal, according to multiple reports

Biggers spent the first four years of his career in Tampa Bay, after the team drafted him in 2009. He was on injured reserve for the majority of his rookie season and debuted in '10. Biggers had 51 tackles and an interception last season with the Bucs.

Opinions vary in terms of how Biggers will be used by Washington, but his best asset is his speed, and the Redskins need corners. The team released veteran DeAngelo Hall a couple of weeks ago.

Biggers also has experience with the Washington coaching staff, as Redskins assistant Raheem Morris was Biggers' head coach in Tampa.

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