32-Year-Old Offensive Tackle – Free Agent
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
Cut by the Chargers in August 2013. This is a bit of a surprise as early on Starks was expected to win the all-important starting left tackle role in 2013 with King Dunlap backing him up....
2013 ADP: –
Max Starks Contract Information:
Cut by the Rams in October of 2013.
Starks signed with the Rams on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Starks enters his fifth straight season as Ben Roethlisberger's blindside protector after fending off rookie Mike Adams to retain the starting left tackle job. A 12-game starter in 2011, Starks needs to a better job protecting Big Ben, as Pittsburgh's offensive line has allowed at least 40 sacks for six consecutive years.
Starks starts at tackle for the Steelers.
With the release of Marvel Smith, Starks has a starting tackle position locked up. He also locked up a four-year contract in the offseason.
The 6-8, 337-pounder would likely be the next in line at either tackle position should Marvel Smith or Willie Colon get hurt or struggle.
Starks will battle Willie Colon for the starting right tackle spot.
Starting right tackle.
Starks is a huge key to the Steelers' running game in 2005. He's shed some baby fat in an effort to maintain his endurance. As a rookie in 2004, Starks played extensively in short-yardage situations, but was rarely in on first or second down. The Steelers felt confident in Starks' ability to let former starter Oliver Ross walk away.