That's the tally of Erik Walden's two years in the NFL.
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The former MTSU standout defensive end/linebacker just finished his second NFL season with the Miami Dolphins.The nomadic Walden hopes south Florida is his home, at least for a while. "You always hope you don't have to move around, but it happens quite often in this league," Walden said. "I hope I don't have to do that much more. I want to find a place that I can call home."
Walden, a Dublin, Ga. native, said he has not tried to grow roots anywhere until his NFL status gains a better footing. He has spent the last two years living in various apartments and hotels as temporary homes, including a mere three-month stay in Kansas City.
"This year and last year, I mostly did special teams," Walden said. "But I'm an athlete, so I should be able to adjust to that. That's my job right now, so I'm going to work really hard at it."
The Dolphins' season ended a week ago with a 7-9 record. Walden said he hopes to return to Miami next season.
MTSU career (2004-07)
MTSU single-season and career leader in sacks
Two-time All-Sun Belt first team selection
Only MTSU player ever to lead in sacks three seasons
April 2008: Drafted by Cowboys in 6th Rd.
Aug. 2008: Claimed by Chiefs off waivers
2008 season: Played 9 games with Chiefs
Nov. 2008: Claimed off waivers by Dolphins
2008 season: Played 6 games with Dolphins
2009 season: Played 11 games with Dolphins