Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Buffalo Bills add depth at guard
By James Walker
The Buffalo Bills are still in search of their starting left guard following the departure of Andy Levitre in free agency. The Bills signed free-agent guard Doug Legursky Wednesday and will add him to the mix to compete for a starting job.
Legursky will compete with guards Colin Brown, Chris Scott and Sam Young. The Bills are looking to run an up-tempo offense this year under first-year head coach Doug Marrone.
Legursky has good ties with Buffalo general manager Doug Whaley. Legursky joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as a rookie free agent in 2009 when Whaley worked in the front office. Legursky spent four seasons with Pittsburgh and started 17 games.
To make room for Legursky, Buffalo released linebacker Greg Lloyd.