The Buffalo Bills brought in two interior offensive lineman to work out and possibly sign with the Buffalo Bills. The Bills brought in Doug Legursky, formerly of the Pittsburgh Steelers and also Tyronne Green, formerly of the San Diego Chargers.
The Buffalo Bills lost Andy Levitre in off season to free agency. They have had a need at the interior line and it seems every year they do as well. With injuries that seem to occur at the worse possible time, a group of guys to be able to step in a help out is the best way to combat those injuries. In the end, the Buffalo Bills decided to sign Doug Legursky to work with the other O-line personnel.
Legursky brings 50 games in four years. He has started a total of 17 of these games at both interior spots, guard and center. He is not the only player that has made the Steelers to Bills move. Kraig Urbik, Chris Scott and Keith Williams have all made the journey as well and the Doug Whaley connection is to thank for it.
This will provide the Bills with some more versatility as a back-up player for both of these positions. He will be competing with Colin Brown, Sam Young and Chris Scott.
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