The Washington Times - July 27, 2011, 11:14AM

The Redskins and free-agent receiver Donte’ Stallworth have agreed to a one-year contract, according to a ProFootballTalk.com report, which has since been confirmed by several national outlets.

Meanwhile, receiver Santonio Holmes has agreed to a 5-year contract extension with the New York Jets, according to several New York and national reports. The NFL Network reported earlier this month that Holmes would be Washington’s top free-agent target. It’s unknown if the Redskins made him an offer.

SEE RELATED:


Stallworth, 30, comes to the Redskins from Baltimore, where he caught only two passes for 82 yards last season. They’re his only two catches since he served a 24-day prison sentence in 2009 for DUI manslaughter. Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron limit his use a year ago.

As it stands, the Redskins’ receiving corps consists of Santana Moss, Anthony Armstrong, rookie third-rounder Leonard Hankerson and Stallworth, among others.

The New Orleans Saints drafted Stallworth (6-0, 220) in 2002 when current Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett was their head coach.

In other news, negotiations between the Redskins and first-round draft pick Ryan Kerrigan are expected to begin in earnest today.