San Diego, California - The San Diego Chargers have signed interior offensive lineman Doug Legursky, the team announced today.
Standing 6-1, 315 pounds, Legursky has six seasons of NFL experience under his belt, five in Pittsburgh (2008-12) and one in Buffalo (2013). He’s played in 63 career games and started 28, most recently 12 played with 11 starts at left guard for the Bills in 2013. Legursky has played center and both guard positions during his career, as well as special teams.
Legursky also has played in four playoff games and has a Super Bowl ring in his collection. He was on the Steelers’ practice squad in 2008 when they beat Arizona to win Super Bowl XLIII and he started at center for an injured Maurkice Pouncey in their loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV.
Born in Frankfurt, Germany, the 28-year-old Legursky attended Wilson High School in Beckley, West Virginia before playing collegiately at Marshall University. He was a three-time All-Conference USA selection for the Thundering Herd before signing with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent.
He will wear No. 57 for the Chargers.