The three-time Pro Bowl cornerback agreed to terms for a four-year contract with the Redskins on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
The person, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team has not announced the deal, said the contract will be worth between $4 million and $5 million per year.
That's a reversal from 2013, when the Redskins cut Hall because they couldn't afford him, then re-signed him on the cheap. The team was dealing with the second half of a league-imposed $36 million salary cap penalty, so they ditched the final two years of his burdensome, six-year, $54 million contract and got him back on a one-year deal worth less than $2 million.
With the cap penalty behind them, the Redskins have plenty of money to spend, but they have a lot of players to sign. Hall was one of seven Redskins defensive starters set to become free agents next month. At the top of the list is outside linebacker Brian Orakpo, while middle linebacker London Fletcher has said he plans to retire.
Hall, 30, had a team-high four interceptions last season, including two returned for touchdowns. He has 43 career interceptions over 10 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders and Redskins. He has played 5 1/2 seasons in Washington.
The 6-foot-7, 316-pound Carimi, the 2010 Outland Trophy winner as the nation's top interior lineman while at Wisconsin, was released recently by the Bucs.
Falcons wide receiver Roddy White has been arrested on a warrant charging him with failing to appear in court last March after he was cited for driving a vehicle with tinted windows that were too dark. Gwinnett County sheriff's Deputy Shannon Volkodav confirmed White was booked and jail records show he was released about an hour later after posting $168 bond.
A team statement said the Falcons were aware of White's arrest, adding, “we anticipate this will be resolved shortly.”