BOSTON (CBS) -- After missing all the fun since New England's first padded practice over a week ago, Bryan Stork returned to the field on Monday.
Stork practiced for the first time since reportedly suffering a concussion nine days ago. He'll have some catching up to do, with David Andrews and Josh Kline sharing the snaps at center for the Patriots in Stork's absence.
Last week's concussion was the third Stork has suffered since being drafted by New England in 2014. The 25-year-old missed three games in the middle of his rookie season and then suffered another concussion at the beginning of the 2015 season, when he was placed on short-term injured reserve before returning in Week 9. Stork also suffered a concussion during the 2013 season while playing at Florida State University.
While Stork returned on Monday, there were five other Patriots missing from the practice field. Running back Dion Lewis, tight end Bryce Williams, offensive linemen Jonathan Cooper and Sebastian Vollmer and wide receiver Danny Amendola were all out of action on Monday.
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