ESPN Green Bay reporter Rob Demovsky tweeted out from camp saying TE Brandon Bostick is running with the first-team in training camp after returning from an injury. Also of note is Demovsky mentioning "I'd say he delivered" when referring to Bostick's opportunities running in the primary offense. This sheds light on a muddied TE situation for the Packers as Andrew Quarless, Richard Rodgers and Colt Lyeria all have been hyped as potential starters in the high-flying offense this offseason. Jermichael Finley is also in the conversation and is welcome to return after suffering a devastating neck injury in 2013.
It's a situation to watch throughout camp. It seems Bostick has the upper-hand but both him and Quarless started last season to fill in for Finley and neither particularly shined. Whichever one starts will be a TE2 option with plenty of upside and could be a steal given their current ADP.