According to NESN reporter, Doug Kyed (@DougKyedNESN):

Looks like New England will be without the services of starting center Bryan Stork, as the Pats square off against the Colts in the AFC Championship game. Stork, who missed a few consecutive practices after suffering a knee injury during their matchup against the Ravens, was predicted to be held out. As of now, it seems that Stork's injury is not season ending.

Without Stork, the Patriots will need to get creative (once again) with their makeshift offensive line. Expect to see Josh Kline fill in for the absent Stork.

Patriots Nation has heard about the inconsistencies on the o-line all year. However, we have faith that when the next man up is called, that they will DO THEIR JOB!

According to Providence Journal reporter, Mark Daniels (@MarkDanielsPJ):

The Colts cannot escape the injury bug, as their two starting cornerbacks Vontae Davis & Greg Toler are questionable heading into a key game with New England. Just imagine how devastating it would be for the Colts to replace these key starters before facing the Patriots aerial assault. If these two are held out, the Colts equipment manager should just put bullseyes on their back because Brady will target them all day. At this point, expect to see both of these corners to suit up and play despite being 100%.

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