Bolden played four games and registered six tackles, a tackle for a loss of four yards, a forced fumble and a sack. He first got into the line-up for Game 8 in Ottawa. He was on the reserve list for the four games (1, 3, 4 and 7) and the injury list for three games (2, 5 and 6). He was placed on the six-game injury list after suffering a broken leg on Sept. 13.
Bolden played 17 games and had 34 tackles, four quarterback sacks, three knockdowns and two fumble recoveries for 10 yards. He spent the first game of the season on the one-game injured list.
Bolden started the season on the practice roster but then started 11 of the final 12 regular-season games at defensive tackle. He registered 16 tackles, including two tackles for loss, three sacks and a fumble recovery. He also played in the West semifinal, West final and Grey Cup recording a total of four tackles in the post-season.
Bolden joined the Stampeders prior to Week 17 and spent the remainder of the season on the practice roster.
Bolden suited up for 17 regular-season games for the Tiger-Cats as well as the East semifinal. He recorded 39 tackles, including two tackles for loss, and picked up a pair of sacks. He also recovered two fumbles and recorded a pass knockdown. His season high in tackles was five and was accomplished against Edmonton on Oct. 3. He had sacks on July 2 against Winnipeg and on Sept. 25 against Saskatchewan
Played four seasons (2005-08) at Tennessee…started 24 of 37 games played…recorded 83 tackles (58 solo), three quarterback sacks, 15 tackles for losses, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and four pass knockdowns.
2009: Started all 13 games he appeared in during his rookie CFL season with the Tiger-Cats…recorded 21 defensive tackles, one quarterback sack, one tackle for a loss and one pass knockdown…spent two games on the injured list and was on the four-man inactive for three others…made his CFL and Ticats debut on July 10 in B.C….recorded his first career quarterback sack on September 11 when he brought down Argos QB Cody Pickett in the fourth quarter.