Patriots' Stork will play in Super Bowl XLIX

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Patriots rookie center Bryan Stork will be good to go for Super Bowl XLIX this Sunday.

Stork suffered a knee injury in the divisional round against the Baltimore Ravens and missed the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts. Stork had been practicing with the team for the last couple of days.

Head coach Bill Belichick was asked about Stork yesterday at Media Day, saying that the rookie was doing everything he could at practice in order to get back on the field. The offensive line did a great job as a whole against the Colts without Stork, but they are going to absolutely need him against the Seahawks.

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