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Veteran left tackle Max Starks may have reached the end of the road, at least with the San Diego Chargers.
After playing what he called ''probably one of my worst games in my entire career,'' Starks could be among the 22 players the Chargers must release by Saturday afternoon to get down to the 53-man limit.
Starks allowed three sacks in a 41-6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Thursday night's exhibition finale.
Starks, who won two Super Bowl rings with the Pittsburgh Steelers, had already apparently lost the battle with King Dunlap for the job of protecting quarterback Philip Rivers' blind side.
While rookie coach Mike McCoy says the staff ''has a good idea of what we are going to do,'' he hasn't named Dunlap the starter.
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Left tackle Max Starks reached the end of the road Friday, at least with the San Diego Chargers.
After playing what he called ''probably one of my worst games in my entire career,'' Starks was among 11 players cut by the Chargers, who must release 11 more by Saturday afternoon to get down to the 53-man limit.
The 10-year veteran allowed three sacks in a 41-6 loss...
San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers doesn’t understand what problem people are seeing with him.
The quarterback has seen a statistical skid over the last two seasons.
Forcing many to begin questioning his capabilities and what he has left.
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Thursday night the San Diego Chargers were crushed by the San Francisco 49ers 41-6. While this result looks alarming at first, and there are some concerns from the game, this score doesn’t reflect how the Chargers will be throughout the season.
The first thing to take into account when analyzing the game is that the San Diego first team didn’t play. Even while the 49er starters...
The San Diego Chargers have cut Max Starks a day before teams have to set their 53 man roster. Starks was unable to beat out King Dunlap for the starting left tackle job this year so the Chargers had no interest in keeping him around anymore.
Starks, the former Steelers offensive lineman was one of 11 players cut on Friday. Starks was actually given a chance to compete with...
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