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New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick steps up to the podium to take reporter’s questions during a media availability at the NFL football team’s facility Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014 in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots, 2-2, took a drubbing by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football and will face the 3-0 Cincinnati Bengals Sunday at home. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)

Rookie center Bryan Stork did not make the trip to Buffalo, which means the New England Patriots will use their fourth different offensive line combination in as many weeks when they faces the Bills Sunday.

Albert Breer of The NFL Network had the news:

Patriots rookie C Brian Stork didn’t make the trip to Buffalo. Makes blocking Bills front a little tougher.

— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 11, 2014

Stork suffered a concussion during Thursday’s practice and did not practice Friday. The fourth-round pick out of Florida State had started the past two games at center. With Stork sidelined, New England could slide Ryan Wendell to center and either Marcus Cannon or Jordan Devey to Wendell’s right guard spot. Both Cannon and Devey began the season as starters.

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