Bryan Stork was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 4th round (105th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Won back-to-back championships as a senior at Florida State (2014 BCS National Championship) and as a rookie with the Patriots (Super Bowl XLIX).
2015 (8/6, 2/2)
Appeared in eight regular-season game with six starts - five at center and one at right tackle.
Started both playoff games at center.
Missed the first seven games of the season after being placed on Injured Reserve with a designation for return prior to the start of the season. Was also inactive vs. Tennessee (12/20) due to injury.
Activated to the 53-man roster prior to the win vs. Washington (11/8). Saw most of his action at right tackle following the injury to Sebastian Vollmer in the second quarter. Stork also took one snap at left tackle, and saw action at center and left guard. Despite injuries and changes to the rotation, the Patriots rushed for 161 yards and did not allow a sack in the game.
Made his first career start at right tackle in place of an injured Sebastian Vollmer and took snaps at left guard when Shaq Mason moved to fullback in goal-line situations in the win at N.Y. Giants (11/15).
Made his first start of the season at center and played every snap at Denver (11/29).
Started at center in the playoff victory vs. Kansas City. (1/16). Left the game with an injury, but returned to play the entire second half.
2014 (13/11, 2/2)
Played in 13 regular-season games with 11 starts, all at center, and helped QB Tom Brady pass for 4,000 yards for the seventh time in his career and 30-plus TD passes for the fifth time.
Slowed during training camp and the preseason due to injury and did not enter the starting lineup until Week 4.
Started the AFC Divisional Playoff and Super Bowl XLIX vs. Seattle. Was inactive for the AFC Championship win vs. Indianapolis (1/18) due to injury.
Was inactive for the season opener at Miami (9/7), at Buffalo (10/12) and vs. N.Y. Jets (10/16) due to injury.
Made his NFL debut in the win at Minnesota (9/14), entering the game at center in the fourth quarter.
Made his first NFL start at center at Kansas City (9/29) on Monday Night Foootball, becoming the first rookie to make a start at center for the Patriots since Dan Koppen in 2003.
Started his second straight game at center in the win vs. Cincinnati (10/5), helping pave the way for the team to rush for 220 yards.
Returned from injury to start at center and help the team score a season-high 51 points in the win vs. Chicago (10/26).
Started at center in the win at Indianapolis (11/16), helping pave the way for the team to rush for a season-high 246 yards and not allowing a sack.
Started at center and was part of an offensive line that didn't allow a sack for the second straight game in the win vs. Detroit (11/23).
Made his postseason debut, starting at center in the AFC Divisional win vs. Baltimore (1/10), before leaving the game due to injury.
Returned from injury to start at center and play every offensive snap in the Super Bowl XLIX win vs. Seattle (2/1).
Started 41-of-51 contests that he appeared in, including each of his final 35 games at center, while seeing action at right guard for four games as a freshman and at left guard for two contests.
The Seminoles compiled a 45-10 record during Stork's four seasons with the team and he received winning grades for blocking consistency (80 percent or better) in 33 of his starting assignments.
Won the Rimington Trophy in 2013, given to the nation's top center. Also named a consensus first-team All-American and first team All-ACC.
Born Nov. 15, 1990.
A tight end in high school, had the frame and the tenacity to make the move to offensive line.
Primarily a blocker in a run-based high school offense, where he registered 43 pancake blocks.