ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Bills hosted a pair of free agent offensive linemen Tuesday, after nearly ignoring the position for much of the offseason up to this point.
Former Chargers starter Tyronne Green and ex-Steelers guard/center Doug Legursky both made the trip today.
Green signed with the Patriots last month, but New England turned around and released him last week.
Legursky has been a depth player for Pittsburgh, seeing time at both guard and center.
So far, neither player has signed a contract, but today's visits make it clear that the Bills are entertaining the idea of adding experience to their group of players battling for the starting left guard spot vacated by Andy Levitre when he signed with the Titans.
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