The New England Patriots continued their offseason wheeling and dealing Tuesday, as they agreed to terms on a new contract with veteran running back and special teams stud Brandon Bolden. 

According to the team's website, the two sides have worked out a new deal that will keep the Ole Miss product in New England for a while longer, though no terms were released.

While Bolden has played an extremely limited role in the team's offense since being signed as an undrafted free agent back in 2012, he has been a key member of the Pats' special teams units throughout his career.

In five years with the Pats, Bolden has totaled 249 touches on offense for 1,211 yards and eight scores. He has spent most of his career as a core special teamer, however, playing on just about every special teams unit on the roster.

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