- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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Dunlap has worked with the first unit for most of training camp and has looked better than Starks. Both players are in their first seasons with the Chargers. The position was the biggest question mark in San Diego this offseason and Starks was supposed to provide some short-term stability there.
Dunlap was just signed to be a swing player at tackle after he struggled as a starter with the Eagles last year. Now it appears it is his job to lose.
In other AFC West notes:
Former Kansas City receiver Steve Breaston signed with New Orleans.