LB - WAS - IR
This Week Outlook
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Washington LB Jon Bostic isn't expected to be suspended for his hit on Cowboys QB Andy Dalton.
Bostic was immediately ejected from the Week 7 game after the hit, and apparently the NFL considers that to be enough of a punishment. Dalton is currently in the league's concussion protocol.
Jon Bostic turned in a valiant effort during Thursday’s loss to the Vikings. He racked up nine total tackles (seven solo) and one sack.
Bostic is currently second on the team in total tackles with 60 through Week 8. He is worth rostering and starting in most leagues.
Jon Bostic recorded six total tackles (four solo) against the Jaguars in Week 13.
Though Bostic didn't post the numbers he has recently, he was still solid. Bostic will look to bounce back to double-digit numbers against the Bills in Week 14.
Jon Bostic recorded 11 total tackles, including five solo tackles in the Colts' loss to the Titans.
Bostic recorded double-digit tackles for the third time this season against the Titans. Bostic is a worth consideration for those in need of a linebacker.
Jon Bostic recorded nine total tackles, including four solo tackles in the Colts' loss to the Steelers.
Bostic was one tackle away from recording his third game with 10+ tackles of the season, a number he hasn't hit since Week 4. Regardless, Bostic will go into the Colts' bye week on a good note.