By Tim Graham
The Buffalo Bills have added depth to their offensive line.
The Bills announced this afternoon they've signed former Pittsburgh Steelers interior lineman Doug Legursky. To make room, they waived linebacker Greg Lloyd.
Legursky, undrafted out of Marshall, played 50 games in four seasons with Pittsburgh.
He played all 16 games last year, but started only three of them. Two seasons ago, he started all 10 regular-season games he played and another in the playoffs.
Legursky also started at center for the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.
The Bills signed Lloyd to the practice squad Nov. 21 and promoted him to the active roster Dec. 18. He played in two games.