Thursday, May 2, 2013
Chargers have competition for McKinnie
By Bill Williamson
The NFL Network reports left tackle Bryant McKinnie is weighing offers from the Dolphins and the Chargers. He visited San Diego on Wednesday. The Cowboys are also reportedly interested as well.
McKinnie visited the Chargers on Wednesday. The team badly needs a left tackle and if they don’t sign McKinnie, they could pursue former Steelers' tackle Max Starks or give the job to recently-acquired free agent King Dunlap. McKinnie may be the best option. But in this seller's market, McKinnie appears to have options.
In other AFC West notes:
It’s never too early to start thinking about next year's draft. In this Insider piece, Todd McShay offers his preliminary list of top 32 players for the 2014 draft.
U-T San Diego reports former San Diego Chargers kicker Nate Kaeding has retired. He was cut by the team last year.