Tate's agency announced the agreement.
Bolden, 29, who re-joins the Patriots after one season with the Miami Dolphins, spent his first six National Football League seasons with New England.
ESPN's Adam Schefter adds his deal is for four years, worth $37.5 million and $23 million is fully guaranteed. The Steelers have already reportedly made a move to sign wide receiver Donte Moncrief but could also be a buyer for Golden Tate.
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Jason, twin brother of Patriots safety Devin McCourty, had a stellar 2018 season after being acquired via trade from the Cleveland Browns in the offseason. They should be giving short-term, cheap contracts to stop-gap players until they can build up the roster around a new, young quarterback. Hopefully, he'll still be able to in the coming years for the Giants.
Tate's production dropped dramatically a year ago after a midseason trade from the Lions to the Eagles, where he averaged just 9.2 yards per reception and 34.2 yards per game. For his career, Tate, who will turn 31 before his first season with the Giants, has 611 catches for 7,214 yards and 38 touchdowns in his career. He played in two seasons (2016-17) for the Giants, producing 73 tackles and one interception.
The Giants' top receiver in the Beckham void is Sterling Shepard, whose best production comes from the slot. Signing a 30-year-old receiver to a four-year deal signals the opposite approach.