Former Patriots center Bryan Stork sat out the 2016 season after his time in New England ended, and it sounds like his days in the NFL might be over.
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Whether the false reports of the Patriots releasing center Bryan Stork or the actual news of his trade to the Washington Redskins shocked you or not, one thing became clear: David Andrews is going to be the starting center.
His physical style of play came with a price. He has suffered 4 concussions in the past four seasons and his durability has become a liability to the team.
The team is banking heavily on the return of coach Dante Scarnecchia who was retired for two years. The health of this group is a big question mark
Best Patriots July 4th social media postings.
He was the lead man on the Patriots drafting Bryan Stork and Tre’ Jackson from Florida State, Shaq Mason from Georgia Tech and David Andrews from Georgia.
The Patriots reach the halfway point of 2015 at 8-0, for the 2nd time in team history.. Health is the only obstacle standing in their path and a deep run.
The Patriots routed Washington 27-10 on Sunday as Tom Brady and LaGarrette Blount led the offense but the team lost RB Dion Lewis to knee injury
With no trades at the deadline, there was disappointment in Patriots Nation. But the team is getting a boost with players returning from PUP/IR
How about the job that Dave DeGuglielmo is doing with the Patriots offensive line? With a ton of injuries, the unit has performed excellently in 2015
Patriots Guard Jackson Avoids Surgery following injury versus Dolphins.
According to ESPN Boston’s Mike Reiss, Patriots Center Bryan Stork is still dealing with a concussion and was not present at practice again on Tuesday raising the unlikelihood of him playing in the Thursday home opener against Pittsburgh.