The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed two more draft picks Tuesday, inking fourth-rounder Kyle Moore and seventh-round selection E.J. Biggers to their rookie deals.
Drew Rosenhaus, who represents both players, wrote on his Twitter page that both Moore and Biggers signed four-year contracts.
Moore, who played collegiately at USC, is competing with Jimmy Wilkerson and Stylez G. White for playing time at left defensive end, and could see playing time in defensive coordinator Jim Bates' "Go" package, which is designed for pressuring the quarterback.
Biggers is attempting to earn a 53-man roster spot at cornerback with the competition behind starters Ronde Barber and Aqib Talib featuring Elbert Mack, Kyle Arrington and Torrie Cox, among others.
Tampa Bay had already signed two draft picks, tackle Xavier Fulton and wide receiver Sammie Stroughter, before inking Moore and Biggers on Tuesday.
Bucs general manager Mark Dominik has a little over one month to sign Tampa Bay's two remaining unsigned draft picks, third-round choice Roy Miller and first-round selection Josh Freeman.