Found January 19, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Doug Legursky announced Saturday evening on Twitter that he is done with the social media platform due to his inability to deal with ignorant people. https://twitter.com/Legursky/status/292777173134217217 THIS WILL BE MY FINAL TWEET. IM OFF THE RADAR. MOSTLY DUE TO MY INCAPABILITY OF DEALING WITH IGNORANT PEOPLE", Legursky posted. So what was it that caused Lergursky to get so fired up? Well, it might stem from a reaction that he received on his Facebook page after he posted a video last month that might have inferred that the Sandy Hill Elementary Read more [...]
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  • Doug Legursky is a back up nfl player SO WHO CARES ABOUT A NOBODY !!!!
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