The Buffalo Bills have placed Jon Feliciano on injured reserve, taking him off the roster for at least the next three games. After suffering a calf strain at the end of Buffalo’s win over the Miami Dolphins, Feliciano was deemed “week-to-week” by head coach Sean McDermott. He didn’t practice at all this week, and Banged Up Bills notes the injury as having a rough timeline of 2-5 weeks, depending on severity. So don’t expect Feliciano to be back for a while, maybe by Thanksgiving.
Replacing Feliciano on the roster is Jamil Douglas, who was added in the same transaction. Douglas, who’s spent the whole season on Buffalo’s practice squad, is in his fifth pro season. He’s started 11 games at right guard, and been active for 46 games in his career.
With Feliciano out, Buffalo will be counting on Ike Boettger and Cody Ford to pick up the slack. Boettger was already starting, because of Spencer Brown’s back injury, but Ford returned to the lineup when Feliciano came out on Sunday.