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Packers release Bostick and Dorsey

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 The Packers officially parted ways with tight end Brandon Bostick and wide receiver Kevin Dorsey on Tuesday.

Bostick was one of the culprits for the Packers' late collapse in Seattle in the NFC Championship Game. He bobbled an onside kick attempt. Seattle recovered to set up their comeback. Bostick originally joined the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of Newberry College in 2012. He spent the entire 2012 season on the team's practice squad before appearing in 24 games over two seasons. He only made nine catches over that stretch.

The Packers drafted Dorsey in the seventh round out of Maryland in 2013. He missed his entire rookie season and most of his sophomore season due to injury. He appeared in three games this past season. Dorsey notched one catch and two special teams tackles.

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