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Report: Patriots' Bryan Stork Dealing With Another Concussion

BOSTON (CBS) -- Patriots center Bryan Stork has suffered his third concussion in as many years. A source told the Boston Herald's Jeff Howe that Stork is "dealing with yet another concussion issue."

Stork reportedly sustained the concussion during the first padded practice of Patriots training camp on Saturday.

Stork, 25, missed three games in the middle of his rookie season in 2014 with a concussion. He then suffered another concussion at the beginning of the 2015 season and was placed on short-term injured reserve before returning Week 9 against the Washington Redskins. Stork also suffered a concussion during the 2013 season while playing at Florida State University.

In Stork's absence, Josh Kline took reps at center along with last year's starter for much of the season, David Andrews, according to the Boston Globe's Ben Volin.

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