PITTSBURGH (AP) Doug Legursky's return to the Pittsburgh Steelers didn't last long.
The team cut the veteran offensive lineman on Saturday, less than two weeks after they signed him as a potential replacement for injured All-Pro center Maurkice Pouncey. Legursky started 17 games for the Steelers during his first stint in Pittsburgh from 2009-12, including the 2011 Super Bowl against Green Bay when Pouncey was hurt.
Pittsburgh also released running back Josh Harris, who was vying for a backup spot behind Le'Veon Bell and DeAngelo Williams.
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The Steelers cut cornerback Gerod Holliman, a seventh-round pick, while keeping wide receiver Tyler Murphy, a converted quarterback.
Pittsburgh opens the season on Thursday at New England.
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