Buffalo Bills: Jon Feliciano sees himself part of the Bills next season
The Buffalo Bills have a number of free agents this offseason and while Matt Milano will be one of the more talked about names, a player like Jon Feliciano should also be at the top of the list at his position. The veteran guard should generate plenty of interest when free agency starts next month.
However, it sounds like Feliciano has no interest in leaving Buffalo and spoke highly of the organization and area recently on The Tim Graham and Friends podcast. “Honestly, I don’t see myself going anywhere. I love Buffalo and I know how they feel about me so I am going to stay optimistic.”
He went on to say, “Honestly when I think about next season I see myself as a Bill and we’ll see what happens. I think both sides want the same thing so it’s just a matter of time.”
Feliciano joined the Buffalo Bills in 2019 when they essentially completely overhauled their offensive line with four new starters. He wasn’t guaranteed a starting role but it didn’t take him long to earn the starting right guard job, where he started all 16 games in 2019.
This past season the Bills started the season without Feliciano after he suffered a torn pec over the summer. He did return for Week 8 and after a spot start at center in place of the injured Mitch Morse, he returned back to right guard.
Once Feliciano returned to the field, there was no question that the offensive line as a whole started to play much better. At only 28 years of age, there is no reason that Feliciano couldn’t continue to play at a high level.
More importantly, a player like Feliciano would give the coaching staff more flexibility because he realistically could be a full-time starter at center or return to guard.
Even though there are no guarantees until it is finalized, based on the way Jon Feliciano was talking during the interview with Tim Graham, it sounds like Buffalo Bills fans should expect to see Feliciano back for the Bills next year.