Former USC offensive lineman Max Tuerk waived by Los Angeles Chargers

A PED suspension kept Max Tuerk out of the first four games of the 2017 season. But now that he’s eligible to play he’ll have to look elsewhere for a team.

A third-round pick of the Chargers in 2016, Tuerk never appeared in a regular season game last year and wasn’t likely to see playing time this fall. Los Angeles has started Spencer Pulley in all four games, with Dan Feeney serving as the backup.

Tuerk started 36 games for USC from 2012-15, including five at left tackle in 2012 to become the first Trojans true freshman to start at that position. In 2013 he started 12 games at left guard and one at right tackle, moving to center in 2014. A torn ACL suffered in the fifth game of 2015 ended his college career.

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