The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with third round pick Elijah Molden, per the team. Molden becomes the seventh member of the Titans’ eight-player class to sign his rookie deal.
The former Washington defensive back was selected with the 100th overall pick in this year’s draft. Molden’s selection was widely viewed as one of the steals of the 2021 class.
A former 2020 Pro Football Focus Pac-12 Player of the Year, Molden shined during his time with the Huskies. He appeared in 44 career games and finished his four years in the program with 153 tackles, five interceptions and 25 pass deflections.
Molden joins a young secondary in Tennessee that includes fellow rookie Caleb Farley, Amani Hooker and Kristian Fulton, among others.
Former Georgia linebacker Monty Rice is now the lone member of the Titans’ 2021 class that has yet to sign his rookie deal, but we expect that to change soon.