Molden better for taking hard road to Houston

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  1. Wolf

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    Didn't see this posted but may have missed it hidden in the minicamp threads

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/campbell/5769146.html

     
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    Wolf 100% Texan

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    from the link
     
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    not sure this fits here but @ the Scouting Combine he was used as the ginnepig how to get set, with proper technique for the all important 40 times in the db group. then if that wasn't embarrasing enough ran first while everyone watched, he popped a 4.44 on his first try.
     
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    Thanks for the story Wolf, the kid has heart and grit that is for damn sure.
     
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    Makes it had not to pull for the guy to become a superstar. We are all behind you and rooting for you!
     
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    I may be too optimistic but this draft may turn out to be the best we have had and that is saying a lot.
     
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    We'll probably say that after every drafk Smithaik do.
     
  8. Wolf

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    figured this thread is about as good as any

    With Brown going against Mario so early

    was the staff pushing Molden against AJ (even though the Texans keep the same CB's on one side of the field) ?

    I read on someone's link about Molden playing but I don't remember where,what string, etc etc
     


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    No, this one feels special. I like our draft class this year.
     
  10. Dallas_Texan

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    Good point. Then again, seeing if he can play against Walter would be a good first test, b/c apparantly that guy runs perfect routes. Let's see if Moulden can follow. Then put him with AJ. The good news is either way, even if he's on the fourth best receiver, he's with Jacoby Jones. None of our receivers will give him a free ride in training camp!! :splits:
     
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    Wow, I live up here near Warren and never really knew that he played for Harding, I pay more attention to JFK though.
     
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    Antwaun Molden, who Steve Campbell wrote a great column about, also played well. He moved into the mix on the second team when Fred Bennett left the field after twisting his ankle in practice Saturday night. Bennett didn't return to the field Sunday, so Molden played behind DeMarcus Faggins.

    from chron blog link
     

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