NFL free agency: Chargers host Winston Justice for visit


The Chargers met with free-agent tackle Winston Justice on Monday. Is he a potential fit in San Diego?

San Diego hosted free-agent offensive tackle Winston Justice on Monday as the Chargers continue to search for help along the offensive line, according to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego.

Justice is the second free-agent tackle to drop by San Diego in less than a week as Max Starks visited the Chargers last week. San Diego is reportedly searching for a free agent to come in and compete with King Dunlap for the starting left tackle spot. Winston, however, has played mostly right tackle during his career and may not be an ideal match for the Chargers. San Diego drafted right tackle D.J. Fluker with the No. 11 pick in the NFL Draft.

With Fluker likely locked into the right tackle spot, there is some question as to where Justice would fit in San Diego. John Gennaro of Bolts From the Blue doesn't think Justice would be a factor on the left side of the line at all, much less an upgrade over Dunlap. Instead, Justice could fill a backup role or possibly even get a look at guard.

In addition to his visit with the Chargers, Justice has also drawn interest from the Pittsburgh Steelers, Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions.

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