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The former Alabama wide receiver went undrafted through the first seven rounds of the NFL Draft; however, he did sign a free agent contract with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent. On Saturday, Bolden, who was born and raised in Louisiana, shared the news with his followers on Twitter.

The former teammate of the 5 feet 11 and 193-pound player, Jalyn Armour-Davis, has reunited with him. He will be playing with Marlon Humphrey, who once played cornerback for Alabama. During the 2021 season, Bolden was the Crimson Tide’s leading pass receiver with 42 receptions, 408 yards, and three touchdowns.

Slade Bolden
Slade Bolden

Bolden is not known for his lightning-fast speed, but he is an excellent route runner, owns great hands, and demonstrates versatility on special teams.

While at Alabama, Bolden led the Crimson Tide to the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship as well as three Southeastern Conference titles (2018, 2020, 2021). Bolden was a player of quality before he even arrived in college in 2018 when he was rated as a three-star prospect.

The Ravens’ head coach, John Harbaugh, has gained a player who is dedicated to his work and fiercely competitive. Bolden is eager to show the teams that passed on him during the selection that they made the wrong decision. Fans of the University of Alabama can’t wait to watch how he does in rookie minicamp and throughout the rest of the process in Baltimore.

How Much Does Slade Bolden Make?

Slade Bolden makes an average annual salary of $855,667. Bolden’s base salary in 2022 will be $705,000. He will also get a signing bonus of $7,000. His cap hit will be $707,333.

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