The Denver Broncos of the National Football League happen to have Victor Bolden on their roster as a wide receiver. The man is 81 kg and 1.73 m tall. As a collegiate football player for the Oregon State Beavers at Oregon State University, he went to Los Osos High School. He has 36 career starts and concluded his collegiate career with 170 receptions, 1,863 receiving yards, and six 100-yard receiving performances, ranking sixth in OSU history.
He was the third-best all-purpose yardage player in OSU history with 5,196 total yards. With 2,420 kickoff returns in his career, he established the OSU record. In May 2017, as an undrafted free agent, Bolden joined the San Francisco 49ers.
In the wake of his October 2018 release from the 49ers, he was re-signed to the practice squad. He joined the Buffalo Bills in December 2018 after being signed off the 49ers practice squad. In December 2019, he joined the Detroit Lions auxiliary squad. With the first pick in the 13th round of the 2022 USFL Draft, the Birmingham Stallions selected Bolden.
He received the MVP honor in July 2022 for his contributions during the Stallions’ victory over the Philadelphia Stars in the USFL championship game. During the month of July 2022, he committed to playing for the Arizona Cardinals. Beginning on November 15, 2022, Bolden became a member of the Denver Broncos practice squad.
Who Does Victor Bolden Play For?
Victor Bolden currently plays for the Denver Broncos.