Patriots give extension to Patrick Chung and Brandon Bolden

The New England Patriots have given contract extensions to safety Patrick Chung and running back Brandon Bolden.

After being drafted by the Patriots in 2009, Chung went on to play with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013. His career had been pretty average up until this season when he racked up 85 tackles, seven pass breakups and an interception. He ranked No. 12 in Pro Football Focus’ rankings, third against the run. His new deal is worth $8.2 million over the next three seasons.

Bolden, 24, inks a new deal worth $2.32 million over the next two seasons. Operating as the teams fourth running back Bolden ran for 8 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries. His biggest contributions to the team have come as a member of their special teams unit.