On Friday morning, Eagles center
Molk, 27, played three seasons in the NFL. He joined the Eagles prior to the 2014 season, a year in which he started four games. Over two seasons in Philadelphia, Molk played eight games. He was only able to play one game in 2015 before a biceps injury placed him on injured reserve, ending what would ultimately be his final season in the NFL.
Molk was originally a seventh-round draft pick of the San Diego Chargers in 2012 after a very strong career at the University of Michigan. A four-year starter with the Wolverines, Molk won the 2011 Rimington Award as the nation's best center.