(WGR 550) -- After losing some experience along the offensive line this off-season, the Buffalo Bills continued to look for pieces to add to the puzzle for the 2013 season. The team announced Tuesday that they hosted two interior linemen, Tyronne Green and Doug Legursky, on official free agent visits.
Green is an unrestricted free agent after having spent each of the past four seasons with the San Diego Chargers as a guard. He originally signed with the New England Patriots this off-season, but was released just last week. Over his first four seasons Green started 28 games, including all 13 of his 2012 regular season appearances.
Legursky is also entering his fifth season, although he spent his first four with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has appeared in a total of 50 games, starting 17 over the four years. Legursky has made starts at both center and guard throughout his time in Pittsburgh.
The Bills are in an off-week, as they resume another set of workouts on Tuesday, June 11 with the onset of mandatory mini-camp. Keep checking back to WGR Sports Radio 550 and WGR550.com for all the latest.