RT @jasonjwilde: #Packers cut TE @Bostick11. Blog: http://t.co/zaGM9lOL42 pic.twitter.com/9X3qhsDTYzFor his part, he appreciated the opportunity in Green Bay and he's staying optimistic about the future. They gave him a chance and it didn't work out, which is something that can be said for dozens of undrafted players every year who are signed/worked out by the Packers. Of course, Bostick's missed opportunity will always be more memorable than almost everyone other undrafted rookie who had their first NFL opportunity with the Packers.
— ESPN Milwaukee (@ESPNMilwaukee) February 16, 2015
Monday, February 16, 2015
The Packers Release TE Brandon Bostick
It's a tough business, and I hope he does well in life, but I wasn't expecting the Green Bay Packers would ever give a fringe player like TE Brandon Bostick another chance. A lot of players have lost their spots on the team for a single bad play/decision during a preseason game, the ill-advised jump by former TE Colt Lyeria during their 2014 Family Night scrimmage is a recent example, and those former players had nothing even close to Bostick's blown blocking assignment during the NFC championship game.