New England Patriots center Bryan Stork returned to the team’s practices on Thursday after resting in the AFC Championship with a knee injury.
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The New England Patriots will be facing the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl 49, and they will be able to go with their full starting offensive line.
Center Bryan Stork returned to the Patriots’ practice after sitting out of the AFC Championship with a knee injury.
The rookie center made 11 starts in the regular season after being drafted in the fourth round by the Patriots.
The Patriots offensive line will need all the firepower it can get against a fierce Seahawks pass rush, which is led by defensive ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril.
Pro Football Talk reported on Stork’s return to full health on Twitter.
Patriots offensive line is fully inflated with the return of Bryan Stork to practice http://t.co/pK3rcMjGgo
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 22, 2015