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Doug Legursky
OL #59
Height:
6-1
Weight:
315
Age:
27
College:
Marshall
Hometown:
Beckley, WV
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2013):

G
12
GS
11
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 62 28
2013 BUF 12 11
2012 PIT 16 3
2011 PIT 10 10
2010 PIT 16 4
2009 PIT 8 0
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 NE L 21-23
2 CAR W 24-23
3 @NYJ L 20-27
4 BAL W 23-20
5 @CLE L 24-37
6 CIN L 24-27
7 @MIA W 23-21
8 @NO L 17-35
9 KC L 13-23
10 @PIT L 10-23
11 NYJ W 37-14
13 ATL L 31-34
14 @TB L 6-27
15 @JAC W 27-20
16 MIA W 19-0
17 @NE L 20-34

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Bio

PRO

Signed with Buffalo as an unrestricted free agent on June 5, 2013 … Signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Pittsburgh Steelers on April 12, 2012 … re-signed with the Steelers on February 12, 2009 ... signed to the Steelers practice squad on October 1, 2008...released by the Steelers on August 30, 2008 ... re-signed by the Steelers on August 2, 2008 ... released by the Steelers on June 28, 2008 ... originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Steelers on April 28, 2008.

PRO

Signed with Buffalo as an unrestricted free agent on June 5, 2013 … Signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Pittsburgh Steelers on April 12, 2012 … re-signed with the Steelers on February 12, 2009 ... signed to the Steelers practice squad on October 1, 2008...released by the Steelers on August 30, 2008 ... re-signed by the Steelers on August 2, 2008 ... released by the Steelers on June 28, 2008 ... originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Steelers on April 28, 2008.


2013

•    After returning from a preseason injury in Week 5, started 11-of-12 games played, helping block for just the second Bills running back duo in franchise history to exceed 800 yards a piece on the ground.

•    vs. NE (9/8), vs. CAR (9/15), at NYJ (9/22), vs. BAL (9/29): Inactive due to injury

•    at CLE (10/3): Saw first action of the season along the offensive line

•    vs. CIN (10/13): Started at left guard, blocking for a rushing attack that tallied 130 yards and a score ... Rushing attack accounted for at least 120 yards for the sixth consecutive week. 

•    at MIA (10/20): Started at left guard

•    at NO (10/27): Started at left guard, his 20th career start

•    vs. KC (11/3): Started at left guard, part of an offensive line that did not give up a sack or quarterback hit and blocked for a rushing attack that recorded a season-high 241 yards on the ground.

•    at PIT (11/10): Started at left guard

•    vs. NYJ (11/17): Started at left guard along an offensive line that only allowed one sack.

•    vs. ATL (12/1): Started at left guard along an offensive line that did not give up a sack and blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 195 yards and three scores.

•    at TB (12/8): Started at left guard ... Played in his 60th career game and 25th career start

•    at JAC (12/15): Started at left guard, blocking for a ground game that registered 198 yards and a score.

•    vs. MIA (12/22): Started at left guard, blocking for a rushing attack that totaled 203 yards and a score in addition to only allowing one sack.

•                      at NE (12/29): Started at left guard

 

2012 w/Pittsburgh

Played in all 16 games, starting two games at center filling in for injured C Maurkice Pouncey and one at left guard filling in for injured LG Willie Colon. Marked the second time in his career he played in all 16 games.

 

2011 w/Pittsburgh

Started 10 regular-season contests and the lone postseason game on the offensive line…missed three games due to a toe injury and two games due to a shoulder injury…started the AFC Wild Card Game against Denver at C in place of injured C Maurkice Pouncey.

 

2010 w/Pittsburgh

Saw significant playing time on the offensive line at guard and at center...played in all 16 regular-season games, starting four...helped pave the way for RB Rashard Mendenhall to rush for a career-high 1,273 yards and a career-high 13 touchdowns...played in all three postseason contests and made his first career postseason start in place of injured C Maurkice Pouncey in Super Bowl XLV...helped block for Steelers’ rushers to gain 121.0 yards per game during the postseason.

 

2009 w/Pittsburgh

Played eight games as a reserve FB and RG...helped block for Rashard Mendenhall against the San Diego Chargers where he ran for 165 yards with two touchdowns...dressed but did not play in the first three games.

 

2008 w/Pittsburgh

Spent time with the Steelers during the offseason prior to being released on June 28...re-signed by the Steelers on 8/2...released by the Steelers during final roster cuts on 8/30...signed to the Steelers’ practice squad on 10/1, where he stayed for the remainder of the season.

 

PERSONAL

Attended Woodrow Wilson High School (Beckley, W.Va.) ... 2003 Hunt Award Winner as the best lineman in the state of West Virginia... team captain and MVP ... three-year starter and the 2003 state weightlifting champion (set three state records) ...also a member of the track and field team...son of Lorrie and Wayne Legursky...has one brother (Jon) and one sister (Lisa Reed)...is married to Meagan with one son, Wayne Douglas III...Full name: Wayne Douglas Legursky ... Majored in education at Marshall.

 

COLLEGE
Was a three-time All-Conference USA selection...started 32 straight games for the Thundering Herd to close out his career...played in 47 consecutive games for Marshall…ranked among the strongest football players to play at Marshall and holds Marshall weight room records for the squat (705 lbs.) and the hang clean (430 lbs.).

 

•    2007: Started all 12 games at center and earned All-Conference USA honors for a second consecutive year from league coaches and the media...named to the Rimington Trophy Watch List.

 

•    2006: Started all 12 games at center for the Thundering Herd...was a 2006 Rimington Trophy nominee...earned first-team All-Conference USA honors on both the media and coaches teams...Marshall’s strongest student-athlete in weight training.

 

•    2005: Started all 11 games along the offensive line for the Herd, 10 of them at center...was a 2005 Rimington Trophy nominee, the only true sophomore to be named to the watch list...earned second-team All-Conference honors.

 

•    2004: Saw action in all 12 games along the offensive line and saw significant time at center as a true freshman.

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