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BRANDON BOSTICK RUMORS

Brandon Bostick Got ‘A Lot’ Of Death Threats After Botched Onside Kick

One simple mistake in the NFC Championship Game has changed Brandon Bostick’s life forever. Bostick instantly became the scapegoat in the Green Bay Packers’ loss to the Seattle Seahawks when he muffed an onside kick to keep Seattle’s hopes alive. The 25-year-old tight end was released by the club in mid-February before the Minnesota Vikings claimed...
Via NESN.com
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Death threats show why some fans take sports too seriously

Once in a while I like to take a step back and remind myself and anyone listening that this world has a lot to offer. So many things can and should give inspire us — love, sex, money, food, travel, work, music, cinema, physical exercise, and of course sports. Some of us can’t get enough of all of that, some have other vices, some only one or two. But although work and sports...
Via This Given Sunday
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Brandon Bostick received death threats after botched play

Former Green Bay Packers’ tight end Brandon Bostick has taken severe heat since he botched an onside kick in the NFC Championship game this past January. Bostick’s error definitely weighed towards shifting the game into the Seahawks’ favor and eliminating the Packers from Super Bowl contention.  Since then, Bostick has published a very emotional statement on the MMQB that...
Via Sportsnaut
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-Packer Brian Bostick finds new home with Vikings

Cut earlier in the week by the Green Bay Packers, tight end Brandon Bostick has found a new home with the division-rival Minnesota Vikings. Infamously known for blowing an onside kick in the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks, it’s interesting that Bostick would be one of the first veterans to change teams this offseason.   Bostick, who was primarily used as...
Via Sportsnaut
February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Packers goat Brandon Bostick tweets he's been released

One of the biggest goats in Green Bay Packers history was released Monday. The Packers have yet to make a formal announcement, but tight Brandon Bostick revealed via Twitter on Monday he has been or will be cut by the team. Bostick’s decision also tweeted something similar. The decision to release Bostick comes about a month after he made one of the most costly plays in NFL history...
Via NESN.com
February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Packers Release Tight End Brandon Bostick

After spending three years with the Green Bay Packers, tight end Brandon Bostick has reportedly been released. Even confirming the fact himself, Bostick shared this tweet. Thankful To Spend The First 3 Years Of My Career In GB. Unfortunately My Time There Has Ended. I Appreciate The Support From Everyone In GB! — Brandon Bostick (@Bostick11) February 16, 2015 Unfortunately,...
Via Sportsnaut
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Brandon Bostick: 'The whole world is on my back'

No matter how much Green Bay Packers’ tight end Brandon Bostick replays the events of a play gone wrong against the Seattle Seahawks, the result won’t change. In an onside kick by Seattle that should have landed the ball in Green Bay’s possession in the fourth quarter, Bostick’s attempt at catching the ball instead of adhering to his blocking duties, ended up in a tipping...
Via Sportsnaut
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Brandon Bostick opens up about botched onside kick

With just over two minutes remaining in Sunday's NFC Championship, the Green Bay Packers had a chance to ice the game. All they needed to do was keep the Seattle Seahawks from recovering an onside kick. Teams practice defending against onside kicks each week. Everyone is supposed to know their assignment. But that doesn't always mean players will execute, and Packers fans learned...
Via The Sports Daily
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brandon Bostick botches onside kick catch

Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick cost his team by failing to recover an onside kick by the Seattle Seahawks in the final minutes of Sunday’s NFC Championship Game.
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Packers TE Brandon Bostick Has “Slight” Fibula Fracture

  Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the Packers TE Brandon Bostick has a “slight” fibula fracture and his best for a return is either Week 2 or 3. McGinn adds that there is a chance he could be out even longer than that. Bostick left last weeks game against the Rams with what was referred to as a lower-leg injury, but it appears to be more serious...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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