Minnesota Vikings tight end Brandon Bostick claims to have received death threats for his NFC Championship mistake with the Green Bay Packers…
Tight end Brandon Bostick, who is now with the Minnesota Vikings, spent the first three seasons of his career with the Green Bay Packers.
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Bostick will be remembered most for the last play he made as a Packer, which was a botched onside kick in the NFC Championship that enabled the Seattle Seahawks to complete their comeback win in overtime.
He has since been released by the Packers before claimed off waivers by the Vikings. Bostick claimed that he has received death threats for his NFC Championship error.
However, former NFL running back Earnest Byner offered Bostick words of encouragement while advising him to face his mistake and learn from it.
SportsCenter reported on Bostick’s harsh reception on Twitter.
Former Packers TE Brandon Bostick says he received death threats after fumbling onside kick in the NFC title game. » http://t.co/HL8lozXa0N
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 26, 2015