He didn't receive a signing bonus, nor was his contract filled with the incentives many players would expect or demand.
"I didn't want a signing bonus,'' said Moulds, a 12th-year veteran who is 347 receiving yards short of 10,000 for his career. "I just wanted a straight base (salary), and I just wanted to prove what I could do. I want to prove that I could still play and that I still have gas left in the tank. If I play well for them this year, maybe they'll want to sign me and bring me back.''
You always have to root for a guy that just wants to prove himself. I am excited about what Moulds is going to bring to this team.
This article has a picture of the Tyrone Prothro-esque catch that Cortney Roby made in yesterday's practice. Roby is having a great camp.
That article also has an update on the progress of Michael Griffin at corner. The coaches seem to think he is doing well, but he seems to be a little frustrated.
"In the morning I had play busts here and there. I was just getting frustrated with different things. There are a lot of expectations, I'm just trying to live up to the expectations, really, I'm just putting a lot of pressure on myself. Really, I need to just relax."
He seems to be committed to making the switch. It would be real easy for a guy that was as good of a safety as Griffin to pout. He's not doing that. I think he will be a good corner.
Justin Gage might want to get himself on the field.
Vince Young taped a 5 minute message for the current players of the Texas Longhorns after practice. He encouraged them to enjoy their time in college and to finish school.
There is only one practice today and it is later this afternoon. I am really excited about the way camp is going so far. If somehow the Titans can land Simeon Rice, I am going to have a lot of faith in this team.