Bryan Stork Injury: Updates on Patriots Center’s Knee and Return

January 10, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New England Patriots center Bryan Stork exited Saturday's Divisional Round game against the Baltimore Ravens with a knee injury.
The Patriots announced in the second half that Stork would be unable to return:
Tom Brady's often found himself under pressure throughout the game, and in turn, the Patriots offense has struggled to find a groove. NFL.com's Albert Breer doesn't envision things getting much better without the team's starting center:
New England moved Ryan Wendell to center and brought in Josh Kline to play at right guard to compensate for Stork's injury:
One of the Patriots' greatest strengths this season has been pass protection. Football Outsiders ranked them second in the league in terms of pass blocking.
Take Stork out of the equation and a normally consistent unit becomes a bit of an issue. The timing of the injury couldn't be worse as New England attempts to make its fourth straight AFC Championship Game.
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