Sunday November 8th, 2015

Broncos safety Omar Bolden scored Denver’s first touchdown of the day on Sunday with an 83-yard punt return touchdown as time expired in the first half. 

With just 14 seconds left in the first half, the Colts punted to Bolden, who raced down the sideline untouched to cut Indianapolis’s lead to 17–7.

According to the CBS broadcast, it was only the second punt return touchdown at the end of a half in NFL history. DeSean Jackson’s game-winning return for the Eagles against the Giants in 2010 was the other. 

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Bolden returns kicks for the Broncos but had not returned a punt in his NFL career before Sunday. 

- Beth Maiman

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