New York Giants 2012 Free Agency: Giants Reportedly Sign Antwaun Molden

The New York Giants have reportedly come to terms with free agent cornerback Antwaun Molden, who spent the 2011 season as a member of the team that the Giants defeated in Super Bowl XLVI, the New England Patriots.

Financial details remain uncertain at this point, but Molden should provide depth and experience to a Giants secondary that is dealing with the loss of cornerback Aaron Ross to the Jacksonville Jaguars via free agency.

Originally a third-round pick out of Eastern Kentucky in 2008, Molden spent each of his first three seasons with the Houston Texans before being claimed off waivers by the Patriots in late August of 2011.

He started two games last season and played in each of the Patriots 19 games (including the playoffs), totaling 44 tackles and two interceptions.

Molden had five tackles for the Patriots in the Super Bowl.

For more on Giants free agency, be sure to check out our blog Big Blue View and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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