Sure, Brandon Bostick made one of the stupidest plays in Green Bay Packers’ history, but you don’t need to kill the guy. That has happened, of course.
The Minnesota Vikings released former Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick on Sunday. And yes, we’re only kidding about that reunion in Green Bay.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick has a theory on why the team cut him. It has nothing to do with his own failures as a player, of course.
Much like Brad Jones before him, the legend of Brandon Bostick keeps on growing. The legend of his stupidity. Here’s another tidbit on that botched onside kick in the NFC Championship.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick is now a member of the Minnesota Vikings. It couldn’t have played out any other way, could it have?
The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with tight end Brandon Bostick. We’ll look at why they released the once-promising player. Hint: It’s not the onside kick.
Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick’s botched onside kick recovery attempt should have never happened. He was supposed to block on the play, rather than fielding the ball.
Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick just caught his first touchdown catch of the season. It may be his last for a while. He has a hip injury.
We now know why the Green Bay Packers refuse to play tight end Brandon Bostick. Because the coaching staff is a bunch of idiots. It’s nothing more than stupidity.
Today, the blame game for the Green Bay Packers’ woes focuses on the tight ends, who all suck. Or are they just not being used right? Hmmmm…