Texans sign LB, welcome back Molden

Texans coach Gary Kubiak announced after practice on Monday afternoon that the Texans have signed linebacker Khary Campbell, as noted on my Twitter page about an hour ago (excuse the shameless plug, please... I need more followers!). Campbell is a seven-year veteran whom Kubiak called an "excellent special teams player." He played in 14 games for the Washington Redskins last season.

The Texans also pulled cornerback Antwaun Molden off of the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list. Molden practiced with the team on Monday, mainly in individual drills, and Kubiak said that Molden was probably not going to work against New Orleans this week. Molden was one of the Texans' top special teams players last year as a rookie out of Eastern Kentucky. He suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 15 while covering a kickoff against the Tennessee Titans.

We'll have plenty more on this in a practice report on HoustonTexans.com shortly.

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