Former New England Patriots center Bryan Stork retired from the NFL after only two seasons, but he has found his second career as a college football coach.

Stork announced via Twitter that he has accepted a graduate assistant position coaching offensive line at Southern Miss.

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Stork retired after only two seasons due to suffering several concussions during his career. He started at center for the Patriots during the 2014 season, and he won a Super Bowl with the franchise that year.

David Andrews beat Stork out for the starting center position the following season, and the Patriots traded Stork to the Washington Redskins. Stork failed a physical with the Redskins and then he retired from football.

The Patriots selected Stork in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Stork played collegiately at Florida State, where he helped the Seminoles win a national title in 2014.

(h/t WEEI)

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