Bills, G Jon Feliciano agree on 3-year contract
The Buffalo Bills agreed to a three-year contract extension with offensive guard Jon Feliciano, the team announced Sunday.
Feliciano has spent the past two seasons with Buffalo, starting all 25 of the regular-season games in which he played. He missed the beginning of last season due to a torn pectoral muscle, but returned to start nine regular-season games and three in the playoffs.
The new deal is worth a reported $17 million, according to reports, keeping Feliciano from becoming a free agent. The Bills are set to return their entire starting offensive line in 2021.
Feliciano, 29, spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders, who selected him in the fourth round of the 2015 draft. The Miami Hurricanes product has played in 73 regular-season games.
–Field Level Media