The Cleveland Browns have not had much luck at center this season.
First, Cameron Erving went down to injury. Then, John Greco started a game before Austin Reiter started last week and tore his ACL.
The Browns responded by bringing in former Patriots center Bryan Stork for a workout this week, according to Pro Football Talk.
A two-year starter for the Pats, Stork was the club’s center in its Super Bowl win over the Seahawks two years ago.
The Patriots traded Stork to the Redskins in August, but Florida State product failed a physical, voiding the agreement. The Pats cut him in response.
Stork also tried out for the Jets last week. However, the Browns are “unlikely” to sign Stork, according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal.
Stork is an experienced center, but the failed physical is a major red flag. The Browns will likely stick with Greco at center for now.