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Free agent tackle Max Starks visited with the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday, but according to Michael Gehlken of The San Diego Union-Tribune, he left town without a contract and remains unsigned as of Friday.
Gehlken goes on to state in his reports that just because Starks left without a contract, doesn't necessarily mean that the Chargers won't have interest in signing him at later date.
The Chargers reportedly had interest in left tackle Bryant Mckinnie prior to him re-signing back with the Baltimore Ravens earlier this week, so it is not surprising that they wanted to kick the tires Read more [...]
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According to Ian Rapoport former-Steelers left tackle Max Starks is going to visit with the San Diego Chargers today. The Chargers are still looking for a left tackle to protect Phillip Rivers blind-side and Starks is looking for a starting job so that may just be the perfect marriage for the two sides. Last year the Chargers had the most inconsistent offensive line in the NFL. Starks...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, free agent offensive lineman Max Starks visited with the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday.
Veteran OT Max Starks is visiting the #Chargers today, I’m told. Still looking for a tackle after Bryant McKinnie went back to Baltimore
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 8, 2013
Even though the Chargers drafted D.J. Fluker in the first round,...
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Max Starks recently
visited with the San Diego Chargers, who are in search of a tackle. While
Starks left the Chargers without a contract in hand, he remains in the mix for
San Diego, according to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego.
While there are questions surrounding Starks’ abilities as
left tackle, Gehlken believes he would slot in as...
Pittsburgh Steelers free agent tackle Max Starks visited with
the San Diego Chargers yesterday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Veteran OT Max Starks is visiting the #Chargers today, I'm told. Still looking for a tackle after Bryant McKinnie went back to Baltimore
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 8, 2013
The Chargers are in need of a tackle, and they’ve already
San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates is feeling pretty disrespected.
The reason for his discontent is his number 73 ranking on the NFL’s annual Top 100 players list.
The list is compiled from votes by the players, so every year there are always feelings that get hurt after someone feels dissed by their peers.
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Former NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman announced via his Twitter account that he will be appearing on Season 5 of "American Ninja Warrior."
Every year, there's at least one NFLer who feels slighted over his placement on NFL Network's annual "Top 100" list. (Last year, if you recall, the Giants' Justin Tuck took issue with Eli Manning's ranking.)
Antonio Gates has filled the quota for 2013.
The Chargers' veteran tight end, who came in at No. 73 on the countdown, expressed his displeasure...
The San Diego Chargers got a few signings out the way early this offseason, reaching deals with linebacker Manti Te'o, QB Brad Sorensen, WR Keenan Allen and LB Tourek Williams.
Things looked uncertain for Te'o in the NFL Draft, as some teams shied away from him due to the so-called scandal and the many scouts that weren't completely sold on him as a pro player. San...
Chargers rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen should begin camp as the team's No. 3 receiver and could win a job opposite Danario Alexander if he's completely recovered from his 2012 knee injury.Fantasy Spin:With a solid quarterback in Philip Rivers, winning a starting role would immediately make Allen a viable fantasy starter.
Manti Te'o is one of four draft picks who've signed contracts with the San Diego Chargers.
Te'o, the linebacker from Notre Dame, was picked by the Chargers in the second round.
Also signing four-year deals Thursday were third-round pick Keenan Allen, a wide receiver from California; sixth-rounder Tourek Williams, an outside linebacker from Florida International; and...
Manti Te'o has gone through his first practice with San Diego Chargers veterans, and by all accounts he didn't embarrass himself.
He was matched up against tight end Antonio Gates a few times, which quarterback Philip Rivers calls ''a quick welcome, Day 1.''
Te'o and other Chargers went through the first day of organized team activities, which are practices...
Last year, NFL fans were stunned by the play of the Washington Redskins and the Indianapolis Colts. The two teams who literally went from the worst, to (almost) first, in only a year's time.The Colts and Redskins had the No. 1 & 2 pick in the 2012 Draft, and essentially bought themselves a ticket to the playoffs.Some of the teams on this list may come as a shock, but if you...
Now that former NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman is retired, he’s found something to keep himself busy. At least for a little while. Merriman tweeted that he’ll be on the new season of America Ninja Warrior. I can’t wait to compete on Season 5 of #AmericanNinjaWarrior this summer going to be crazy — Shawne Merriman (@shawnemerriman) May 9, 2013 I certainly wish Merriman...