Free agent center Bryan Stork, formerly of the Patriots, is visiting the Jets on Tuesday, a league source confirmed to Darryl Slater of the Newark Star-Ledger.
Stork’s visit was first reported by NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.
The Jets have some depth concerns on their offensive line right now, heading into Sunday’s game at the Chiefs.
In Thursday’s win at the Bills, left guard James Carpenter strained his calf. Wesley Johnson, who doubles as the backup center, replaced Carpenter on Thursday. So if Carpenter can’t play at the Chiefs, the Jets wouldn’t have a backup center, since Johnson would have to take Carpenter’s spot.
Stork, 25, was a fourth-round draft pick by the Patriots in 2014. They are the only team he has played for. They tried to trade him to Washington in late August, but Stork failed his physical, which voided the trade. The Patriots then cut him.