Of all the teams with left tackle needs, the Chargers might have the most glaring one.
But they could be taking a big leap into the free agent pool, as Bryant McKinnie will visit today, according to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego.
McKinnie visited with his hometown Dolphins yesterday, and a return to the Ravens hasn’t been ruled out.
But it’s likely no team needs him more than the Chargers, who were drafting too late for a left tackle, and chose right tackle D.J. Fluker in the first round. They signed King Dunlap in free agency, but he’s better suited to be a swing tackle than a full-time starter (or at least Philip Rivers hopes so).
The 33-year-old McKinnie has battled weight problems, but the Ravens got better when he replaced Michael Oher at left tackle before the playoffs.