After contemplating his future over the last few days, Bryan Stork is ready to get back to work for the Redskins and create something special in Washington.
Bryan Stork is ready to roll.
Stork, 25, was traded to the Washington Redskins this week from the New England Patriots after just two seasons with the team that selected him in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Reports of his potential retiring, however, cast doubt over Stork's potential new career with the Redskins.
But Stork is ready to get back on the field with the Redskins.
Now confirmed to be joining Washington's roster, Stork will have to focus on learning the Redskins' offense in a hurry.
The Redskins' regular season opener takes place in a little more than two weeks against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"He's going to have to come in and learn the system in a hurry and compete," Gruden said. "We have a very good center in Kory Lichtensteiger. We love the progress of Spencer Long and Austin Reiter has done a good job so we feel good about the center position. He just became available. [Started] at the Super Bowl, played a lot of downs for New England, so we just want to take a good look at him."
In his two seasons with the Patriots, Stork appeared in 21 regular season games with 17 starts.