Buffalo Bills: Options to replace Jon Feliciano at right guard to start year

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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – AUGUST 16: Spencer Long #61 of the Buffalo Bills against the Carolina Panthers during the third quarter of their preseason game at Bank of America Stadium on August 16, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

These are the top options to replace Jon Feliciano at right guard for the Buffalo Bills.

The Buffalo Bills got bad news on Friday as Jon Feliciano had chest surgery and is expected to miss two to three months. This time frame would not have him back some time between beginning of October and November.

There is no question that this is going to be a challenge and the offensive line might struggle in the early part of the year. Jon Feliciano joined the Buffalo Bills last offseason and became the starting right guard almost immediately after a strong offseason.

Last year, the Buffalo Bills benefited from good fortune as their starting five (Dion Dawkins, Quinton Spain, Mitch Morse, Jon Feliciano, Cody Ford) started every game last year except one. That one game was when Ty Nsekhe started in place of Cody Ford, however this was not due to injury but rather the rotation the Bills had at the position.

The coaching staff must now try to figure out a plan to address a major hole at their offensive line. The good news is that they do have plenty of options as they have great depth across the line with players who can play multiple positions. These are some of the top options the Buffalo Bills may look at during training camp.

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