The San Diego Chargers released tackle Max Starks on Friday, but paid for it. When Starks signed with the Chargers on May 22, he received a $160,000 signing bonus, which he'll be able to keep -- not to mention be eligible to sign with another team, according to a report by ProFootballTalk.com. In a way, though, the Chargers actually saved themselves a lot more money. Had they not released Starks, they would have been on the hook to pay him a $1 million base salary, as well.
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