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Buffalo Bills agree to terms with Oakland Raiders guard Jon Feliciano, per report

The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a contract with former Oakland Raiders guard Jon Feliciano according to Chris Mortenson of ESPN.

Feliciano just turned 27 and is exiting his rookie contract after being selected in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He started eight games over the first four seasons of his career as a depth option for the Raiders. The versatile lineman has mainly played guard, but has also taken snaps at tackle and center.

I’d encourage you to read this moving profile of Feliciano, which discusses his harsh upbringing, life struggles, and his close connection with family.

That makes four signings on the Bills offensive line this free-agency period: Spencer Long, Mitch Morse, and Ty Nsekhe were all added before Feliciano. All four could end up starting for Buffalo in 2019 as they completely revamp their offensive line. Buffalo has also added a tight end, running back, and two wide receivers for the offense in free agency.