- But the Steelers can be downright unsentimental when it comes to showing these men the door.
In that sense Doug Legursky finds himself in good company. Legursky cracked the Steelers roster in 2009 as an undrafted rookie free agent, and one year later he was starting for them in Super Bowl XLV.
- He returned the following year to start 10 games as part of the continuing carousel on offense line.
- He suited up and started 3 more in 2012, and was proving himself to be an excellent 4th interior lineman.
- In a move that only adds to the irony behind the story, to make room for Legursky, the Bills waived Greg Lloyd Jr., son of the Steelers legend Greg Lloyd.