The Buffalo Bills currently have quite a few former Pittsburgh Steelers players on their roster and as of Sunday, they have another offensive lineman in Tony Hills.
In addition to signing Hills, who has played for both the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts since being released by the Steelers in September of 2011, the Bills also signed guard/center Antoine Caldwell, who came to Pittsburgh for a free agent visit earlier in the offseason.
Hills, who was drafted in the fourth-round of the 2008 NFL Draft out of Texas, never found his footing with the Steelers and he played all of 43 regular season snaps in Pittsburgh prior to him ultimately being released.
The Bills signed former Steelers reserve offensive lineman Doug Legursky several weeks ago and he is reportedly competing for one of the starting guard spots during training camp.
Former Steelers fifth-round draft pick, guard Chris Scott was with the Bills up until Saturday when he was waived for not meeting conditioning goals. In other words, he was out of shape.
In addition to Hills and Legursky former Steelers Frank Summers, Kraig Urbik, Crezdon Butler, Corbin Bryant, Dorin Dickson and Keith Williams are all still on the Bills roster.