The Patriots have locked up running back Brandon Bolden and starting safety Patrick Chung to contract extensions on Friday, ESPN reports. Bolden, a core special teams player, signed a two-year, $3.2 million contract extension through 2016. Chung, who returned to New England after spending the 2013 season with the Eagles, signed a three-year extension through 2017. The deal is worth up to $8.2 million and includes $3.4 million in guarantees, according to the report.
The Patriots signed safety Patrick Chung, who was released by the Eagles last month. Chung, 26, spent his first four seasons with New England before making 59 tackles in 12 games with Philly last year.
The Eagles signed punter Donnie Jones to a three-year deal and released safety Patrick Chung, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Eagles offensive lineman Jason Peters (quadriceps, pectoral), defensive back Patrick Chung (shoulder) and defensive lineman Cedric Thornton (knee) are active for Week 11 against the Redskins. Peters was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, and Chung and Thornton were listed as probable.
Eagles S Patrick Chung, TE Brent Celek and DE Cedric Thornton are probable entering Week 11 against Washington. Both Chung and Thornton were full participants in practice each day this week. Celek was limited initially, but was able to practice in full Friday.