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Browns take a look at Bryan Stork

GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 01:  Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots prepares to take a snap from Bryan Stork #66 of the New England Patriots in the first quarter against the Seattle Seahawks during Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) Getty Images

Bryan Stork’s tour of various rosters and workouts hit Cleveland Tuesday.

The Browns have been hit hard by injuries at the center position and had Stork in for a workout, PFT has learned.

Stork was traded from the Patriots to the Redskins in August, but returned to the Patriots when he failed his physical in Washington. He was then cut by the Patriots, and last week he visited the Jets.

The Browns started the season with Cameron Erving at center, but he’s been out with a bruised lung. Guard John Greco made one start there, then Austin Reiter started at center last week with Greco back at guard, but Reiter suffered a torn ACL. Greco is again listed at center on the team’s unofficial depth chart.

Stork started 17 games over two years with the Patriots, including their Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.

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14 Responses to “Browns take a look at Bryan Stork”
  1. trailerparkking says: Oct 4, 2016 7:35 PM

    Counter spying, I like it. And the way he blocked the Pats trade you know he has some juicy nuggets he’s dying to share. Good luck, Browns! If you win you will make every real football fan out there smile.

  2. solo681 says: Oct 4, 2016 7:45 PM

    Dear Brian,
    Return to the Team that gave you a SB Ring and play TE. Pats need a strong blocking TE to replace Williams.

  3. trailerparkking says: Oct 4, 2016 7:47 PM

    Counter spying, love it!
    Stork was very disgruntled when leaving NE, you know he has some juicy nuggets he’s dying to share. If the Browns win every true football fan out there who values fair competition will rejoice. Go get em, Brownies!!!!!!

  4. jasons81 says: Oct 4, 2016 8:14 PM

    @trailerparkking

    It wasn’t funny the first time and it certainly wasn’t funny the second time when you reposted it again 12 minutes later. But as a Browns fan you get a pass.

  5. oldcracker says: Oct 4, 2016 8:14 PM

    I wonder how big those smiles must be on the faces of C) Alex Mack and RT) Mitchell Schwartz. Coaching from experienced professional coaches….not a former Rex Ryan castoff and his high school buddies. Life is good again.

  6. randomcommenter says: Oct 4, 2016 8:22 PM

    Everybody thought the Stork was brain damaged….

  7. trailerparkking says: Oct 4, 2016 8:32 PM

    @trailerparkking

    It wasn’t funny the first time and it certainly wasn’t funny the second time when you reposted it again 12 minutes later. But as a Browns fan you get a pass.
    _____
    I was being dead serious, I’m not a Browns fan, and Pats fans should never ever talk about Browns fans because they are loyal unlike New England fans who only started following football 10 years ago once their team became relevant. Pats fans aren’t fit to wash Browns fans jocks. Now apologize to the kind people of Cleveland.

  8. chippys lost binky says: Oct 4, 2016 8:36 PM

    Counter spying? By bringing in an o-lineman that wasn’t part of any game plan for NE this season never mind this one? My cat has forgotten more about football than trailertrash and I’ve never had a cat

  9. ranlgon says: Oct 4, 2016 8:46 PM

    Stork didn’t block the trade to Washington, he failed their physical so the trade was invalid. Patriots were going to cut Stork but Washington called offering a trade. When Stork failed the Washington physical, the Patriots waived him like they were going to do in the first place. Stork was upset when he heard he was being cut and was talking about retirement. When he heard he was being traded, he wasn’t going to report to Washington but then he changed his mind.

    No word from the Patriots about why Stork was cut or from Washington to what part of the physical he failed. Speculation is that Stork was still suffering long term effects from the many concussions he has had. Stork suffered yet another concussion during practice in training camp and missed most of the remaining practices.

    With the extra month of rest since he was cut, he may well be ready to play.

  10. stevegrogannakedbootleg says: Oct 4, 2016 9:17 PM

    Some people think anyone is listening

  11. sewalters79 says: Oct 5, 2016 12:02 AM

    Brady torn ACL this week, Browns are coming and have nothing to lose

  12. pittsburghdamned says: Oct 5, 2016 1:07 AM

    I’m guessing Stork immediately looked away to avoid eye contact, hoping they’d just move on

  13. grruffgrruff says: Oct 5, 2016 12:10 PM

    Should have taken a look at Sully
    when you had the chance.

  14. 12coltsfan12 says: Oct 5, 2016 1:13 PM

    @trailertrash

    …New England fans who only started following football 10 years ago once their team became relevant…

    —————————

    if you wanna call “dominating the NFL for 15 years” as being ‘relevant’ for 10 years, I guess so?

    all of us non-Pat fans have to, once and for all, admit that the Patriots are the team that we wish we could cheer for, their fans are the envy of the league, and we are all pretty torn up about it😥

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