A little more than 5,000 tickets for Sunday's AFC Championship Game that went on sale Monday afternoon sold out in 10 minutes, the Broncos said, according to KDVR.
Tickets were available at noon on ticketmaster.com. There was a limit of four tickets per household.
Also on Monday, the Broncos learned that Omar Bolden's return from a hamstring injury was promising but short-lived, according to The Denver Post.
The Broncos' safety and leading punt-returner ran back a punt 42 yards in the first quarter of Denver's divisional playoff victory over the Steelers on Sunday. But about seven minutes later, on a Broncos punt, Bolden went down with a right knee injury and had to be helped off the field. Bolden never returned and said after that doctors told him it was a ligament issue and that his knee was "loose."
Bolden had a magnetic resonance imaging scan Monday morning that revealed a a Grade 2 posterior cruciate ligament sprain that will not require surgery but will keep him out of the rest of the postseason.
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