Former New England Patriots and New York Giants cornerback Antwaun Molden works out for the Dallas Cowboys today, according to a league source.
He recently tried out for the Oakland Raiders.
Molden visited the Seattle Seahawks earlier this year. Molden, 27, played in every game last season for the Patriots, starting twice. He recorded 36 tackles, two interceptions and three pass deflections
Two months after losing to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl, cornerback Antwaun Molden is now a member of Big Blue.
The Giants announced Monday that they signed the former New England Patriots defensive back for what promises to be an interesting training camp in the backfield.
Molden was claimed on waivers by the Patriots in September and appeared in all 19 games, making...
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April 16, 2012
Cornerback Antwaun Molden fell one game short of a Super Bowl title last season.
The cornerback will try his luck with the team that defeated his New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI as he agreed to terms on a deal with the New York Giants.
"Thank You all! I greatly appreciate it. Glad to be a Giant," the 27-year-old Molden wrote on his Twitter account.
The New York Giants were very busy on Wednesday by signing veteran offensive lineman Sean Locklear, who spent last season with the Washington Redskins. He’s hoping to come in and compete for the open spot at right tackle.
Locklear can play guard or tackle, but he’ll have a shot at coming in and showing what he can do once training camp rolls around.
The Giants also signed former...
We're hearing Free agent CB Antwaun Molden will visit the Giants on Monday and the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.
A 6-foot-1, 198-pounder from Eastern Kentucky, Molden has 64 career tackles. He played for the Houston Texans prior to joining the Patriots last year, being drafted in the third round four years ago.
They will be Molden's first two visits of free agency...
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It began as a five-minute interview with Cleveland-area high school coach Robert Andrews, as I was simply trying to get some background on unknown CB Antwaun Molden. Thirty minutes later, we were still talking.
And at the end, I literally could not believe the path that Molden took to the NFL. It was amazing that he’s still standing — and it was the subject of my lengthy feature...
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