Center/guard Doug Legursky was signed by the Steelers in late August of 2015 after center Maurkice Pouncey was placed on the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return List. It was his second stint with the Steelers as he was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2008 out of Marshall.
Legursky played four seasons with the Steelers, playing in Super Bowl XLIII and XLV. His very first game at center was Super Bowl XLV when then-rookie Maurkice Pouncey was out with an ankle injury. He became an unrestricted free agent after that year and spent time with the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers before returning to Pittsburgh.
Legursky did see some playing time this season and he certainly is a dependable player that is versatile enough to play center or guard but isn’t exactly the youngest option for depth on the line. It would be a low risk signing if the Steelers kept him but I’d think the priority would be with Foster and Beachum.
I wouldn’t be surprised either way if the Steelers offered Legursky a one-year deal or let him walk.
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