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As the San Diego Chargers continue to look for help along their offensive line, they haven’t reached out to former Steeler Max Starks, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The Chargers tried to sign Bryant McKinnie, who evidently always wanted to stay in Baltimore. But they haven’t reached out to veteran Max Starks. They figure to go into this season with King Dunlap (or perhaps Kevin Haslam) at left tackle.
Either the Chargers are really confident in the guys they currently have on their roster, or they plan on addressing the left tackle position next offseason.
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