Patriots’ Brandon Bolden Burns Broncos On Wheel Route For 63-Yard TD (Video)

A rash of injuries has left the New England Patriots with very few options in the passing attack. But one of the few remaining options made a huge play Sunday night. With New England already leading the Denver Broncos by a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, the Patriots faced a crucial 3rd-and-8 on their own 35-yard line. That’s when quarterback Tom Brady threw an absolute...
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The good, bad, and dangerous from Broncos win over Bears

  In what was the first start of his NFL career on his 25th birthday, Brock Osweiler led the Denver Broncos to a win over their former head coach John Fox and the Chicago Bears. Here are your highlights of the good, the bad, and the dangerous from the Denver Broncos this past Sunday. The Good: Brock Osweiler In his first start, Osweiler looked great. He went 20-27 for 250 yards...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos' DB: Peyton Manning will feel like he's 'running on broken glass'

Walking comfortably might be tough for Peyton Manning, according to one Broncos teammate who had a similar injury. Aaron Ontiveroz Getty ImagesOmar Bolden knows exactly how his injured quarterback is feelings these days.The Broncos' cornerback has recovered from the same exact plantar fasciitis tear that Peyton Manning now faces. It took him nearly a month to come back."The pain...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

The Good, Bad, and the Dangerous: Denver Broncos Week 9

    The Good Omar Bolden In a game where the Denver Broncos didn’t play well really at all, Omar Bolden shined with his sensational punt-return. That return at the end of the half, which went 83 yards for a touchdown, gave the Broncos much needed momentum going into the half. The Broncos had been trying out Emmanuel Sanders as punt returner all year but have to think that yesterday...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts 27, Denver Broncos 24: A 21-tweet review

And then a bald eagle flew in. #America — Mark Haas (@markhaastv) November 8, 2015 ### Bad run D, there & Gore scores the first first-quarter points vs. #Broncos this year — Ken Pomponio (@kenpomp) November 8, 2015 ### Seeing a spry T.Y. Hilton out there so far. Looks like the #Colts were playing games with the injury reports again — Ken...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Quick hit recap: Broncos implode in first loss to the Colts

Broncos 24, Colts 27 Everything was far from perfect for the Denver Broncos who entered Sunday’s contest in Indianapolis 7-0. From the start of the game the team was off balanced and appeared out coached. Then just before half they briefly turned it all around. When the final seconds left the scoreboard at Lucas Oil Stadium the Broncos had their first loss of the season. A pair...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos react after loss to Colts, ready to set things right

If Broncos fans want to take any solace in the loss to the Colts – and that’s a big thing to ask after Denver failed in a couple of big ways – it’s that their team is not happy. Following the 27-24 loss on Sunday, the players had their communication devices firing on all cylinders, sending messages to fans, each other and the rest of the league. As Omar Bolden put it in true...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Ed McCaffrey, Shannon Sharpe drop knowledge about losing

  The Denver Broncos lost Sunday afternoon 27-24 to the Indianapolis Colts thanks in part to terrible first half offense and partly to dumb defensive penalties late in the fourth quarter. They started out down 17-0; the offense couldn’t do anything and Indy scored three times. But just before halftime, Omar Bolden was able to return a punt 83 yards for a touchdown and swing the...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Recap: Defensive penalties doom Denver in 24-27 loss to Indianapolis Colts

  Sometimes, being too aggressive can be a downfall of a defense. Denver’s defense is undoubtedly the No. 1 in the league, but dumb penalties during the end of the game were the Broncos demise n the end. With the Broncos trailing 24-27, Aqib Talib poked a Colts player in the eye and gave Indianapolis a free first down. After the defense somehow came up with another stop, a defensive...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Emmanuel Sanders’ tremendous touchdown vs. Colts

  The Denver Broncos looked down and out to start the horse race against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday in Indy, trailing 17-0 just before halftime. But, then Omar Bolden returned a punt 83 yards to the house just as the first half ended to bring the game to 17-7 Colts at the break. To start the second half, the Denver defense allowed one first down and then forced a Colts punt...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Broncos avoid first-half shutout with life-injecting punt return

The Colts failed to shut the Broncos down through 30 minutes. They have this game-altering punt return to blame. Cary Edmondson USA TODAY SportsOmar Bolden wasn't going to let his Broncos head to the locker room without points.So, the reserve cornerback took an end-of-half punt back all the way for a much-needed touchdown vs. the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium: The Broncos hadn't scored...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Omar Bolden’s 83-yard punt return touchdown

  With the Denver Broncos trailing 17-0 and halftime looming, it seemed like a dark day of football in Indianapolis for the orange and blue. Then, just before halftime, the Colts’ punter Pat McAfee booted the ball and Omar Bolden too his chance at running to glory. Bolden caught the punt, moved to the right and outside, then took the ball up the sideline and to the house. The...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Omar Bolden punt return TD gives the Broncos life as second half expires

With a punt return as time expired on the first half of the Broncos-Colts game in Indianapolis, Omar Bolden breathed life into a listless Broncos team that was trailing 17-0 at the time. It was about the only thing to go right for the Broncos in the half. The clock was winding down and the Colts needed simply to contain the punt to Bolden, taking kicks because Emmanuel Sanders was...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Denver Broncos Safety Omar Bolden Scores First Career Touchdown With Punt Return To Close First Half

This play ever should have happened. Pat McAfee should have kicked this sucker out of bounds to keep just the sort of thing that did happen from happening. The obvious argument would be you don't want to give Peyton Manning a chance. If anyone could make a big play and get a late touchdown it would be Manning.However, with the way the defense had been playing the Colts should have...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos finally get on the board with long punt return

As time expired in the first half, the Denver Broncos finally got on the board thanks to an 83-yard punt return for a touchdown courtesy of Omar Bolden. Check out the highlight below! #Broncos Omar Bolden says "See ya!" Denver cuts the lead just before half. #DENvsIND — SiriusXM NFL Radio (@SiriusXMNFL) November 8, 2015 Denver trails 17-7 at halftime...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos trail by 10 in Indianapolis after ugly first half

Where to begin? The Broncos couldn’t run, couldn’t stop the run, gave up defensive penalties, had two key players go down with injuries early (but return), couldn’t stop T.Y. Hilton, couldn’t catch a ball and Peyton Manning put the ball back into the hands of the Colts already down by 10 points. In short, it was an ugly first half for the Denver Broncos who trail the Colts...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos’ defense looking forward to Packers matchup: 'We'll be able to prove our point'

The Denver Broncos defense is playing the Rodney Dangerfield card in getting no respect, but next Sunday night against the Packers, they will get a chance on national television to prove they are the best in the business. "It's going to be a battle. It's going to be a race for the most pick-sixes this year," cornerback Chris Harris said, via the Denver Post. "Everybody wants to be...
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October 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Broncos' Bolden, Chiefs' Allen inactive for Thursday night

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Broncos safety Omar Bolden and Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen were among the inactives Thursday night for the showdown between AFC West contenders. The absence of Bolden, who missed practice this week with a foot injury, not only hurts the Broncos on defense but also on special teams, where he is their No. 1 kick returner. Allen was been dealing with a...
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September 17, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL Inactives: Week 2

Thursday Night Game Broncos QB Trevor Siemian, DB Omar Bolden, DB Lorenzo Doss, LB Lerentee McCray, G Shelley Smith, TE Mitchell Henry, DL Kenny Anunike Chiefs QB Aaron Murray, DB Steven Nelson, LB Dezman Moses, OL Jeff Allen, WR Frankie Hammond, DL Rakeem Nunez-Roches   The post NFL Inactives: Week 2 appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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September 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Broncos appear to escape serious injury in opener

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Coach Gary Kubiak says he's confident the battered Broncos escaped any serious injuries in their opener. Three players were knocked out of Denver's 19-13 win over Baltimore: defensive end Malik Jackson (head) and safeties Omar Bolden (left foot) and David Bruton Jr. (right hip). Kubiak said Jackson is ''doing great'' and hasn't been diagnosed with a concussion...
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September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos make three key depth chart changes

The Denver Broncos roster may be set (for now) but the inner workings are always being tweaked. Today, they unveiled their depth chart ahead of Sunday’s season opener versus Baltimore. While they’ll stick with Peyton Manning at QB (that’s a joke, for the record) there is some noteworthy changes, specifically who’s stepping in for the suspended Derek Wolfe and T.J. Ward. ...
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September 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak called the NFL office about Anquan Boldin’s hit on Omar Bolden

Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak is still looking for an explanation about the hit safety Omar Bolden took from San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin. During the 2nd quarter of last week’s pre-season game, Anquan hit Bolden late away from where the action was taken place. As Bolden was shaking up, Anquan was flagged for unnecessary roughness and he was not happy...
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September 01, 2015  |  Discuss

MHS Rapid React: Special teams improved…ish

In a game that featured a total of eight field goal attempts and eight punts, specials teams were much of the story in the Broncos-49ers preseason Week 3 matchup. With former kicker Connor Barth now in Tampa Bay and the job fully Brandon McManus’s, it appeared that at least one aspect of the special teams phase had been decided. But it was another rocky game for the returners,...
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August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos waive Patton despite strong start to camp, add another tight end

  The NFL is very much a what have you done for me now kind of business. Solomon Patton impressed Broncos coaches early on in training camp, but a bad showing against the Seattle Seahawks in week one of preseason cost Patton his job. With the release of Patton, Omar Bolden likely solidified his spot as the Broncos full time kick and punt returner. Patton was released to make room...
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August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Three players to watch Saturday

The Denver Broncos will reconvene at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Saturday night for the first time since their embarrassing 2015 playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts. A lot has changed since then. New coaches, a new roster and new schemes will be on display when they take on the San Francisco 49ers but three players who need to show improvement will be very familiar to...
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August 27, 2015  |  Discuss
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