Antwaun Molden, a backup corner who had a so-so 2011 with the Patriots, is drawing interest from a couple of NFC teams.
According to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com, Molden will meet with the New York Giants on Monday and the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.
Waived by the Texans at the end of training camp last August, Molden easily had his most productive NFL season while with the Patriots (2 picks, 22 tackles).
In three years with Houston, the former third-round pick amassed five tackles.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Molden has nice size, below-average quickness. He seemed to be a willing worker. The visits with other teams don't preclude the Patriots from bringing Molden back. But early April tends to be a "holding pattern" period on rosters in the post-free agent flurry and the looming draft.
Molden was the 12th player on the field for the Patriots on the Giants first touchdown drive in Super Bowl XLVI.