The Washington Redskins are expected to reunite with cornerback Leigh Torrence, who spent three seasons with the organization from 2006-08 before joining the New Orleans Saints where he played four seasons and won a Super Bowl two seasons ago.
RT @Redskins: #Redskins set to announce the signing of CB Leigh Torrence. Played for Redskins from 2006-08 and with #Saints the last 4 years— Dan Graziano (@espn_nfceast) April 10, 2012
Torrence played in 13 games last season, in which the six-year pro recorded 20 tackles and one interception. As a member of the Reskins in 2007, Torrence had played in all 16 regular season games and had career-high 43 tackles.
Washington also announced officially that it signed veteran defensive lineman Kedrick Golston, who has become one of the longest-tenured players in the organization.
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