"The center-guard expects to compete for the starting left guard competition that has no incumbent starter returning from last season following the free agent departure of Andy Levitre as well as spot starter Chad Rinehart. To this point the competition has included Colin Brown, rookie Zach Chibane, Chris Scott, Thomas Welch and Sam Young."
Not only did Chris Brown write that sentence, the team's website went all out with Legursky. General manager Doug Whaley's picture was in the article and Chris Brown did a one-on-one interview (below). The team doesn't do that when they sign depth players. Maybe I'm reading too much into it, but the team seems to be featuring Legursky as a legitimate option for some heavy playing time.
"Joe Ferguson and Jim Kelly each battled at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, and now face similar off-the-field battles." Read what Ferguson had to say about Buffalo, Jim Kelly, and cancer in an interview with John Murphy.
Bills Focus: Doug Legursky 1-on-1 Interview - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Chris Brown talks with Buffalo's newest offensive lineman about his past experience with the Steelers and what excites him about the Bills."
Inside The Bills | Where Legursky has a leg up
"I think it’s using my brain, being a cerebral type player," Legursky told Buffalobills.com when asked what has made him successful at the NFL level. "Thinking through stuff, trying to know what the defense is doing at all times and knowing what we need to do to execute plays right. Then using my technique as well. I’ve always tried to be a technician as much as possible. Those two things combined have helped me to be the player that I am."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Sign OL Legursky
"Legursky, a native of Frankfurt, Gemany, went to college at Marshall. He and the Bills will start mandatory mini-camp on Tuesday, June 11."
Bills sign former Steelers OG Doug Legursky - Behind the Steel Curtain
"Buffalo is becoming something of a refugee location for former Steelers - 'Steelers Northeast', perhaps."
Inside The Bills | Why Carrington could have big year
"According to PFF, Carrington averaged a pressure every 10 pass rushes last season, and his 7.8 Pass Rush Productivity figure tied for the 10th-highest mark of any DT. He also blocked four field goals last season to set a franchise mark and finished 2012 with the highest PFF grade by a special teamer."
Bettors placing their money on EJ Manuel for rookie of the year - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
So many folks were betting that EJ Manuel will be rookie of the year, they moved his line. He's the third-best bet to win.
Bills receiver Graham spends practice with Webster Schroeder - Canandaigua, NY - MPNnow
The program got off to a rough start for Graham as he found out Schroeder head coach Kali Watkins doesn’t take kindly to lateness no matter who you are. The players — along with Graham — had to make up for the former North Carolina State standout showing up late by doing a quick drill called the "don’t be late reminder."
Rookie Premiere: Robert Woods - NFL Videos
"01:49 – Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods talks with Willie McGinest about playing in the Buffalo cold, the biggest transition from college to the NFL and what pranksters Woods expects at training camp."