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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 7, 2013

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

We must trust Chargers GM sees future - Kevin Acee (paywall)
Do they think Dunlap, their new blocking tight ends and Danny Woodhead can be good enough for one season before they truly address their left tackle need in 2014?

Report: Chargers haven’t reached out to Max Starks - Josh Alper
There aren’t many other veteran options on the market at this point in the offseason and none are better than former Steeler Max Starks, but the team doesn’t appear to be moving in that direction after missing out on McKinnie.

JoJo Wooden Hired as Director of Player Personnel - Ricky Henne
He originally joined the Jets in 1997 and served previously as a pro personnel assistant (1997-98), pro scout (1999-00), senior pro scout/AFC (2001-02), assistant director of pro scouting (2003) and director of pro scouting (2004-06).

Chargers Small School Stand Outs - Jordan Beane
Though he didn’t begin his NFL career with the Chargers, strong safety Clinton Hart had his best years with San Diego. Hart broke into the league with the Eagles in 2003 and was signed off of waivers by the Chargers in 2004. The former Patriot (CFCC Patriot, not New England Patriot) played parts of six seasons with the Chargers and had his best season in 2007, intercepting five passes and registering 85 combined tackles.

You should be relieved that the Chargers didn't sign Bryant McKinnie - Jerome Watson
Bryant McKinnie would have been Jared Gaither 2.0 and Chargers fans should be happy he's not coming to San Diego.