Chris Matthews

Green Bay Trauma Behind Him, Bostwick Seeks Redemption With Jets

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Brandon Bostick tried to not let the death threats bother him.

All the hate mail and expletive-filled comments on social media also went unread for months.

The tight end was public enemy No. 1 in Green Bay during the winter of 2015 after he misplayed an onside kick in the NFC championship game that turned the game around and helped send Seattle to the Super Bowl. Frustrated fans blamed Bostick, whose name is still associated with one of the most disappointing days in the franchise's history.

"That was probably the lowest point of my life," Bostick told The Associated Press, "and probably one of the hardest things I've had to deal...