Bolden has begun making a convincing case for a roster spot, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

Largely a practice-squad player since going undrafted in 2017, Bolden has one reception to his name over 15 games as a pro. However, Detroit arguably has the worst receiving corps in the league, not to mention a vacancy at both punt and kick returner after Jamal Agnew signed a hefty contract with Jacksonville. Even though Bolden will have to beat out Kalif Raymond for one of those return-man roles, there still probably isn't a better place for an unestablished wideout like Bolden to make a name for himself, especially since Bolden already has experience returning kickoffs for the 49ers and Bills.

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