One of the most complicated trades involving a conditional seventh-round pick ever has officially been rescinded.
Center Bryan Stork failed his physical with the Redskins Monday, ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. reported, meaning he won’t be joining the team the Patriots traded him to last week. Stork had contemplated retirement and the Redskins weren’t sure he would even report until last weekend.
His rights will revert back to the Patriots, and the Redskins will keep the conditional pick they agreed to send to the Patriots to acquire him.
The Patriots will likely release Stork, as they reportedly planned to do before the Redskins agreed to trade for him last week.