PRO (0-0/0-0): Dan Molls signed a Reserve/Future contract with the Steelers on January 6, 2014…released by the San Diego Chargers on August 30, 2013…originally signed with the Chargers as an undrafted rookie free agent April 27, 2013.
2013 (0-0): Not on an NFL roster.
COLLEGE: Appeared in 45 games in his four seasons at Toledo…registered 422 career tackles (173 solo), 30 TFLs, nine sacks (six solo), seven interceptions, seven fumble recoveries and one forced fumble…returned two fumbles for touchdowns…two-time All-MAC selection (2010, ‘12)…first-team Academic All-America selection in 2012 and a three-time Academic All-MAC selection (2010-12)…exercise science major. 2012: Started 12 games for the Rockets…led the nation with 166 tackles, earning him first-team All-MAC honors…first-team Academic All-America selection…earned the Jim Nicholson Award as the team’s outstanding player…invited to participate in the Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game following the season…Capital One Academic All-American and Academic All-District 5…Academic All-MAC selection…registered double-digit tackles in 10 games, recording at least 13 tackles in each of those contests…set a career high with 18 tackles against Eastern Michigan and also registered an interception…finished with 14 tackles, one sack and a pass defensed against Coastal Carolina…registered 14 tackles, one sack and returned a fumble 13 yards for a touchdown at Buffalo…recorded 16 tackles and an interception in consecutive games against Ball State and Northern Illinois. 2011: Started all seven games in which he played, missing six contests due to a leg injury…finished third on the team with 70 tackles and averaged 10.0 tackles per game, which ranked third in the conference…averaged 12.0 tackles per game over the final five games of the season…Academic All-MAC selection…led the team with 12 tackles vs. Air Force in the Military Bowl despite leaving the game with an injury…registered a season-high 17 tackles against Northern Illinois…finished with 11 stops and two fumble recoveries vs. Western Michigan, returning one of those fumbles 24 yards for a score. 2010: Started all 13 games in which he played…third-team All-MAC selection…recorded 143 tackles, which ranked second on the team and in the conference and 10th nationally…tied for the team lead with three interceptions…Academic All-MAC selection…registered 11 tackles, two interceptions and a sack vs. Ohio, which earned him MAC West Defensive Player of the Week honors…also named honorable mention Linebacker of the Week by College Football Performance Awards and MAC Player of the Week by Rivals.com…registered 10 tackles and one sack vs. Florida International in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl…recorded a career-high 19 tackles against Northern Illinois…finished with 17 tackles vs. Wyoming…registered 14 tackles and a pair of passes defensed against Central Michigan…finished with 13 tackles and 1.5 TFL against Bowling Green…led all players with 13 tackles vs. Eastern Michigan…finished with six tackles, one sack, one forced fumble, an interception and a pass defensed against Western Michigan. 2009: Played in 12 games and finished sixth on the team with 43 tackles…also registered an interception…finished with a season-high seven stops against Temple.
PERSONAL: Graduate of Padua Franciscan High School (Parma, Ohio)…two-time Division II first-team all-state selection as a junior and a senior and a three-time all-district selection…named the district Division II Co-Defensive Player of the Year as a junior after averaging more than 14 tackles per game…rated as the eighth-best inside linebacker in Ohio by Rivals.com…son of Andrew and Linda Molls…his father played defensive back at Kentucky in the early 1980’s…Full name: Daniel Francis Molls.
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