Bolden, 29, who re-joins the Patriots after one season with the Miami Dolphins, spent his first six National Football League seasons with New England.
On Thursday, per Paul Schwartz of the New York Post, the New York Giants have signed veteran wide receiver Golden Tate. When Beckham was traded to the Browns on Tuesday, the big question was who would QB Eli Manning throw to?
In the aftermath of their decision to trade away superstar receiver Odell Beckham, the Giants have insisted that they have a plan without telling us what that plan is.
Markus Golden will help boost the Giants pass rush
The 30-year-old Tate spent last season between the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, finishing with a combined 74 receptions for 795 yards and four touchdowns. Hopefully, he'll still be able to in the coming years for the Giants.
Originally drafted by the Seahawks, Tate had four straight seasons of at least 90 catches from 2014-17 with the Lions, topping 1,000 yards in three of those seasons. The deal includes $23 million in fully guaranteed money.
He's a good player and he deserves to be paid like one, but the signing is still confusing.
"One of the top receivers available right now".
MLB announces rules changes including fewer mound visits, 3-batter minimum
That designation will remain in effect for the player and can not change for the rest of the championship season and postseason. The number of pitchers on the active roster will be determined by a joint committee of Major League Baseball and the MLBPA.