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 on Starks, who played every offensive snap for the Pittsburgh Steelers last season.
Starks told Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review earlier in the week that he believes he will land with a team soon and that the Steelers reached out to him prior to signing free agent tackle Guy Whimper.
Starks reportedly took the signing of the former Jacksonville Jaguars tackle as a sign that the team has moved past brining him back for a tenth season.
Starks is reportedly wanting an opportunity to compete for a starting job with whichever team ultimately signs him.