Brandon Bostick TE GB 6 Days
Bostick was limited to special teams duty in Sunday's victory over the Jets, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bostick made his season debut after sitting out Week 1, but he was not a factor in the offense. It's not clear if he needs more practice time, or if he has simply been passed on the depth chart, but he will be a fantasy flyer at best until he secures more of a role in the Packers' offense.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 7 Days
Bostick (leg) is active Sunday versus the Jets, the Packers' official site reports.
Bostick will see his first action since Aug. 16, when he suffered a slight fracture to his right fibula. As the top receiving threat among the Packers' array of tight ends, he could factor into the passing game immediately. However, Richard Rodgers will likely get the starting nod once again, with Andrew Quarless also present to take away the occasional look, thereby hurting Bostick's value.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 9 Days
Bostick (leg) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bostick sat out the Packers' season opener, but he returned to practice Wednesday, and is set to see his first action of the season this weekend. It's not entirely clear what role Bostick will fill out of the gate, but he was lined up to be the Packers' starting tight end at the time of his injury and is the team's top receiving tight end, so he could factor into the passing game as soon as this week.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 11 Days
Bostick (fibula) returned to practice Wednesday in a limited capacity, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
On Aug. 16, Bostick suffered a slight fracture in his right fibula in a preseason contest at St. Louis, which has sidelined him in the interim. His participation Wednesday included special teams work, namely kickoff coverage, where he's one the primary members. As for his place in the offense, he resides behind rookie Richard Rodgers and holdover Andrew Quarless, placing his initial receiving output, if any, up in the air.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 12 Days
Bostick (lower leg) could be cleared to play in the Packers' Week 2 matchup with the Jets, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bostick sat out the Packers' season-opening loss to the Seahawks, but he was able to warm up prior to the game without setback, and he could be given the green light to play this week if everything checks out during a meeting with team doctors Wednesday. Bostick was set to be the Packers' starting tight end when he injured his leg, so he could factor into the gameplan right off the bat.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 18 Days
Bostick (fibula) is listed as out for Thursday's season opener in Seattle, ESPN.com reports.
The Packers' injury report finally revealed the nature of the ailment that has held Bostick out of practices and games since the second preseason tilt. A number of facets are unclear -- the severity, his timetable for a return -- but Richard Rodgers and Andrew Quarless will hold down the fort at tight end in the opener.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 19 Days
Bostick (lower leg) didn't practice again Tuesday, Packers.com reports.
With another day off the field, it looks doubtful that Bostick will be ready to go for Thursday's opener against the Seahawks. Look for rookie Richard Rodgers to get the starting nod at tight end.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 20 Days
Bostick (leg) did not practice Monday, Curtis Crabtree of the Associated Press reports.
Bostick suffered a slight fracture to his right fibula about a week-and-a-half ago and continues to recover. The team hasn't provided many updates, but it's very unlikely he suits up for the regular season opener Thursday in Seattle.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 1 Month
Bostick likely suffered a slight fracture of the fibula in his right leg has little chance of playing in the regular season opener, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
Bostick was set to be the top pass-catching tight end in the Packers' offense, but that plan may take at least an extra week to come to fruition. The team will likely go with Andrew Quarless and Richard Rogers at tight end while he is out, but he should return to that role when he takes the field.
Brandon Bostick TE GB 1 Month
Bostick (lower leg) hopes to return to practice before the regular season starts, Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bostick is not sure exactly when he will be ready to return, but he will not need surgery, and his optimism hints at his absence being of the short-term type. It remains to be seen where he will slot in on the depth chart when he is ready to return to the field.