Though he's rarely used outside of the kicking game, Bolden did have one of the best rushing performances of his career against the Patriots last season, scoring touchdowns of 54 and 6 yards in the "Miami Miracle" game.
While they've taken a back seat and let other teams shell out some big bucks, the Patriots are expected to bring back one of their own when free agency officially begins Wednesday afternoon.
Bolden, who served as a backup and core special teams contributor with the Dolphins last season, agreed to a two-year deal with the Patriots on Wednesday, according to NFL Network. The 29-year-old's new contract terms have not yet been disclosed. The Patriots would have liked to bring him back after cut day past year, but lost the chance to when the Dolphins quickly signed him. However, he opted to instead sign with Miami, the Patriots' division rival.
Bolden is boisterous and was a well-liked teammate in New England, where he was signed as an undrafted rookie from Ole Miss in 2012. He started in place of Malcolm Butler in the Super Bowl that season but allowed four completions for 80 yards in that 41-33 loss to Philadelphia. New England's transactions this time last year were relatively modest; two years ago, however, they surprised some people around the league by poaching Stephon Gilmore from the Buffalo Bills and signing him to a hefty contract. Bolden's offensive playing time plummeted in 2016.
The Congress will fight the elections as part of DMK-led front that includes MDMK, CPI, CPI-M, VCK, IUML, IJK and KDMK. The opposition party's highest decision-making body, Congress Working Committee met in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.
The group released a video late Monday allegedly showing jihadists in Baghouz, quietly defiant in the face of the advancing SDF. The total capture of the Baghouz camp by the SDF would mark the end of the cross-border "caliphate" it proclaimed 5 years ago.
Facebook has said the partnerships were well-publicized at the time , and that it has since shut a lot of them down. The US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of NY declined to confirm or deny the investigation's existence.
Some users were frustrated in attempts to sign into apps like Spotify and Tinder that require a Facebook login. Why Did the Outages Occur? The Verge tested Facebook's ad platform and found problems there, too.
Hardware Engineers, Technical Program Managers and related supporting staff have been given notice of these " roadmap cutbacks ". An internal source close to Business Insider told that Google is now going through " roadmap cutbacks " and hence the decision.
Signed HTTP exchanges and constructible style sheets are among the other features arriving with Chrome browser's latest build. With the release of Chrome 73 on Tuesday, the browser now natively supports the dark mode long offered in macOS Mojave.
Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih, the previous day, said the production-curbing agreement would likely last until at least June. The authority said refineries processed crude at an average daily rate of 16 million barrels, unchanged from a week earlier.
Last year, Apple sold more than 28 million pairs of AirPods and more than 16 million the year prior, according to the Daily Mail . But the new petitions' authors warn that even these guidelines could be unsafe - and much more research is needed.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has asserted that Ilhan Omar's anti-Semitic comments were just a different "use of words". Earlier Friday, Trump told reporters on the White House lawn that " Democrats have become an anti-Israel party".
Gambino crime kingpin Frank Cali shot dead in New York
The Gambino family was once one of the most notorious crime syndicates in America and one of New York's five major crime families. Cali was believed to have been elevated to the position of acting boss in 2015, taking over from Domenico "Greaseball" Cefalu.
Alexander Zverev beaten by compatriot Struff at Indian Wells
Monfils - the 18th seed - will face the victor of the match between Djokovic and Kohlschreiber for a place in the quarter-final. Raonic faced 1-4 in the deciding set before a run of five straight games sealed the win, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, after nearly two hours.
New Aladdin Trailer Puts Will Smith's Genie on Full Display
It looks like Will Smith is hosting SNL and they made a digital short mocking the trend of Disney live-action remakes. It's safe to say that the dubious public reaction to the first Aladdin trailer isn't exactly what Disney wished for.
Eye scan may detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease
They looked at the retinas of 200 people using a new non-invasive technology that takes high-resolution images of the retina. The cells of the retina convert light signals coming into the eye into neural signals the brain can interpret.
China blocks proposal to brand Masood Azhar as global terrorist
The Security Council Sanctions Committee will have 10 working days to consider the fresh proposal submitted by the three members. China will continue to communicate and work with relevant parties in a responsible manner so as to properly resolve this matter.
Drugs Put a Stop to Judgment Sales in Asia
Earlier this week, the 51-year-old Masanori Taki admitted to using cocaine and was arrested after testing positive to the drug. Judgment launched for PlayStation 4 in December 2018 in Japan, and is due out in the Americas and Europe on June 25.
Eight killed in school shooting in Brazil, police say
The names and identities of the victims and the attacks have yet to be released and the motive for the attack is not clear. The school has about 1000 primary and secondary students aged between six and 18, and a language centre.