As the Eagles attempt to revamp their secondary, they’ll be bringing in a guy who has spent the last two years in the division for a look-see.
Per a league source, free-agent defensive back E.J. Biggers will visit Philadelphia on Tuesday.
He has played both cornerback and safety during a six-year career, which began in 2009 as a seventh-round pick of the Buccaneers. He spent four in Tampa and the last two in Washington.
The Eagles have added cornerbacks Byron Maxwell and Walter Thurmond during free agency, releasing cornerback Cary Williams. Cornerback Brandon Boykin reportedly is on the trading block. Safety Nate Allen has signed with the Raiders.
The Eagles could be interested in pairing Biggers with Malcolm Jenkins. The other safeties on the roster are Chris Maragos, Chris Prosinski, Ed Reynolds, and Earl Wolff.