The Patriots started free office clearly requiring hostile weapons. They consented to terms with tight end Jonnu Smith and wide beneficiary Nelson Agholor, and now are adding Kendrick Bourne.
As per NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, New England has consented to terms on a three-year, $22.5 million arrangement with Bourne.
The wideout spent his initial four seasons with the 49ers, who got him as an undrafted free specialist out of Eastern Washington in 2017.
Bourne had his most beneficial season in 2020, making 49 gatherings for 667 yards with a couple of scores. He began five games for the club.
Generally speaking, Bourne has made 137 gatherings for 1,769 yards with 11 scores in 58 games.