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By the end of the month, the New England Patriots and all other NFL teams will fill out their 90-man rosters. And while a lot of moves have been made this offseason, many questions still remain with the Patriots – one of them being the future of free agent running back Brandon Bolden.
ESPN’s Mike Reiss reported on Monday that “the door hasn’t been closed” on Bolden’s return to the team.
Currently New England holds four running backs on their roster, which is low compared to the rest of the NFL. Last season, the Patriots had eight running backs on their roster. So this is one key position they will want to look at in-depth this month.
Bolden has completed five seasons with the team, where he has become a solid special teams player. He finished the 2016 season with the seventh-most kicking game tackles on the team while playing the fifth-most snaps.
Bolden and the Patriots have kept an open dialogue throughout free agency, so the 5-foot-11 veteran could very possibly be reunited with New England next season.
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