Chargers Signing Veteran C Doug Legursky



ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Chargers are signing veteran C Doug Legursky to a contract on Thursday.

This comes just a day after San Diego was forced to place starting C Nick Hardwick on season-ending injured reserve following a neck injury.

Legursky, 28, worked out for the Jets earlier this week, but left without a contract. Rich Ohrnberger replaced Hardwick during Monday’s game and figures to be the starting center for now.

Last year, he appeared in 12 games for the Bills while playing guard and graded out as the No. 63 guard in the league out of 81 qualifying players, according to Pro Football Focus. Legursky’s low rating stems from poor marks in terms of run-blocking.


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Robert Fairbanks
Robert Fairbanks
6 years ago

Just what the Chargers need, another “cast off” rejected from a team (the Jets) the Bolts play in week five. Do you think him playing for the Bills (the team we play after the (Seahawks) has anything to do with the signing? As usual the Chargers are plagued with injuries, with so many areas of NEED I can’t see the Bolts doing anything other than being pretenders.