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Eric Moulds

41-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Free Agent

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HT: 6'02    WT: 204   DOB: 7/17/1973  College: Mississippi State Un  Show ContractHide Contract

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Eric Moulds Contract Information:

Moulds agreed to a four-year, $14 million contract that includes a $5 million signing bonus with the Texans in March of 2006. Released by the Texans in February of 2007. Signed with the Titans in July of 2007. Became unrestricted free agent in February 2008.

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Eric Moulds NFL Stats
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  Receiving Rec Distance Big Rec Games Rushing Kick Ret Punt Ret Fumbles
Year Age Team G Rec Yards TD Tar Avg YPT 20+ 40+ 100+ 150+ 200+ Att Yards Avg TD Yds TD Yds TD Tot Lost
2007 33 16 32 342 0 52 10.7 6.6 - - - - - 0 0 0.0 0 - - - - - -

Age is determined on September 1st of each season.

Eric Moulds Fantasy/Red Zone Stats
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Year Age Team G Standard PPR 0.5 PPR Rec/G Yds/G In20 In10 In5 Att/G Yds/G In20 In10 In5
2007 33 16 2.1 4.1 3.1 2 21 4 - - 0 0 0 - -

Age is determined on September 1st of each season.

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Eric Moulds 2013 Game Log
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Eric Moulds: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Moulds caught four passes for 31 yards in the Titans' win over the Falcons on Sunday.

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Moulds had two catches for 18 yards in the Titans' loss to the Colts on Sunday.

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Moulds wants to be a teacher as well as a go-to guy for the Titans, the Tennessean reports.

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Moulds will be one of the starters Saturday night, the Nashville City Paper reports.

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Moulds continues to be arguably the best receiver in training camp, the Tennessean reports.

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Moulds has looked like the best receiver in training camp to this point, the Tennessean reports.

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Moulds is big and sturdy but does not have blazing speed. However, he does appear to be fitting in nicely and has the experience that other receivers lack. Moulds will be competing with Roydell Williams, Courtney Roby and Brandon Jones for a starting wide receiver spot.
Updating a previous report, Moulds agreed to a one-year deal on Wednesday with the Titans, the Tennessean reports.

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Moulds signed a contract with Tennessee, the Associated Press reports.

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It's thought to be a one-year deal. He'll compete with Brandon Jones and Roydell Williams for a starting job with David Givens coming back from a knee injury.
Minnesota may be interested in signing Moulds to a free agent contract this offseason, KFAN 1130 AM in Minneapolis reports.

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With Troy Williamson so far a bust, the Vikings are almost devoid of options at receiver and will be mentioned in almost every wide receiver rumor this offseason.

RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Eric Moulds.

2007

Moulds was brought in by the Titans to add experience to a very young wide receiver corp. Moulds has more catches, yards and touchdowns than the six veteran receivers already on the Titans roster combined. The best case scenario for Moulds would be being a starting wide receiver spot opposite Brandon Jones. The worst case scenario is that several young receivers impress the Titans, and Moulds is cut before the start of the regular season.

2006

Moulds’ receiving average has declined in each of the last eight years – from his whopping 20.4 yards per catch in 1998 all the way down to 12.2 in 2003, 11.9 in 2004 and 10.1 last year. At 33, we don’t him reversing that trend too significantly, even if he has more room to roam with Andre Johnson getting attention on the other side of the field. At 6-2, 204, Moulds is a big, physical receiver whose leaping ability, body control and good hands allow him to make tough catches in traffic. He’s a good route runner, but lacks quickness and explosiveness off the line. Essentially, he’s a reliable possession guy who’s not likely to beat defenders down the field at this stage of his career. In fact, Moulds has only four catches of 40 yards or more in the last three years.

2005

Looking at Moulds’ receiving averages the last few seasons (12.9, 12.2, 11.9), it’s hard to remember that he averaged a whopping 20.4 yards per catch in 1998. But his age (32) and the emergence of big-play threat Lee Evans make Moulds merely a possession receiver these days. Despite being targeted 155 times, Moulds had just 12 catches of 20 yards or more and just two for 40-plus. And while Moulds saw 25 passes in the red zone (tied for fourth), he converted just three into scores. (Contrast that with Evans, who converted 5 of 12). Some of Moulds’ struggles and Evans’ success is undoubtedly due to opposing defenses keying on the veteran. So, if opposing defenses roll some double coverage toward Evans, Moulds could increase his per-catch production. A big, strong, athletic receiver, Moulds runs well and has good hands. He’s tough to bring down after the catch, and he can make defenders miss in the open field. But given his role and that he’s playing with an inexperienced quarterback on a run-oriented team, Moulds does not have a ton of upside.

2004

Moulds, hampered by hamstring and groin injuries, had his worst season since 1997. Gutty as it was that that he played through the pain, Moulds was basically a non-factor after an overtime win in Week 5, catching no more than 66 yards in passes in any game the rest of the way. Should we be worried about Moulds? We’re not buying into it. When healthy, he’s still one of the league’s elite and it’s worth noting he only missed three games in the five seasons leading up to 2003. Moulds will also have more room to get open with the addition of burner Lee Evans (No. 13 pick in the draft). If Moulds slips a good way in your draft, he’s a nice value play and should rebound into that top 10-15 range among wideouts.

2003

Moulds, hampered by hamstring and groin injuries, had his worst season since 1997. Gutty as it was that that he played through the pain, Moulds was basically a non-factor after an overtime win in Week 5, catching no more than 66 yards in passes in any game the rest of the way. Should we be worried about Moulds? We’re not buying into it. When healthy, he’s still one of the league’s elite and it’s worth noting he only missed three games in the five seasons leading up to 2003. Moulds will also have more room to get open with the addition of burner Lee Evans (No. 13 pick in the draft). If Moulds slips a good way in your draft, he’s a nice value play and should rebound into that top 10-15 range among wideouts.