Jon Feliciano re-signing with Bills

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Guard Jon Feliciano said in February that he anticipated remaining with the Bills rather than leaving as a free agent and it appears he’s reached a deal that will keep him in Buffalo.

Matt Parrino of NewYorkUpstate.com reports that Feliciano has agreed to a three-year, $17 million deal with the Bills. He was ranked No. 79 on PFT’s list of the top free agents.

Feliciano missed the first seven games of the season with a torn pectoral and started every other game that the Bills played. He spent most of his time at right guard, but also started at center when Mitch Morse missed time in the middle of the regular season.

Morse took a pay cut to stick with the team and they’ve also re-signed right tackle Daryl Williams, so the Bills are set to return their entire starting offensive line from last season. The Bills also re-signed linebacker Matt Milano last week, so Feliciano has plenty of company when it comes to wanting to stick around Buffalo.

21 responses to “Jon Feliciano re-signing with Bills

  1. It’s a lot easier to keep guys in Buffalo when they end a season one game away from the Super Bowl compared to finishing the season in the 8-8 or worse for the 17th year in a row.

  2. Lol!

    Buffalo will have peaked last year, during a pandemic. Josh Allen due for 35 mil per in 2022.

    Love it!

  3. The 2020 NFL Executive of the Year, Brandon Beane is in the the lead for the 2021 award!

  4. Feliciano wanted to stay with the Bills. It appears McDermott has created a team atmosphere that players want to be a part of. Kudos to him and his staff.

  5. Jon Feliciano has seen Josh Allen in shorts more than anyone on the team I’d bet. No way he’d leave Buffalo.

  6. godkingskovald says:
    March 14, 2021 at 5:12 pm
    It’s a lot easier to keep guys in Buffalo when they end a season one game away from the Super Bowl compared to finishing the season in the 8-8 or worse for the 17th year in a row.

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    What if the guys you are keeping aren’t quite as good as you think they are?

  7. He’s not worth that. He’s decent enough, a $4 mil player, maybe. Bills fans celebrating mediocrity.

  8. Say what you will about his football playing skills, it’s his cover of The Doors “Light My Fire” that will always be remembered.

  9. TB6. Spinning whatever narrative works until he’s proven wrong for the 1000th time……. when I doubt you can always go cap hell or overrated…..good luck with your disastrous QB room, old and tired defense, total lack of weapons in offense and team that’s been carried by Brady for the past 5-7 years at least. The Bills kept all the guys they wanted to and still have room to sign JA, especially when the Cap explodes higher next year. Going to be a fun few years watching your delusional rants while you hope to even sniff the playoffs

  10. “Lol!

    Buffalo will have peaked last year, during a pandemic. Josh Allen due for 35 mil per in 2022.

    Love it!”
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    Yeah – it’s SO much better not having a great QB. What a terrible problem for Buffalo to have.

    The Bills’ run is just starting. They’re going to reign over the AFCE for years. The biggest competition will be Miami.

    Enjoy the DVD’s though.

  11. Spagnolo gave the league the blueprint to beat the Bills. Expect them to struggle this season and the Patriots to retake the division.

  12. godkingskovald says:
    March 14, 2021 at 5:23 pm
    Jon Feliciano has seen Josh Allen in shorts more than anyone on the team I’d bet. No way he’d leave Buffalo.

    34 5 Rate This

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    This ^

  13. “Spagnolo gave the league the blueprint to beat the Bills. Expect them to struggle this season and the Patriots to retake the division.”

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    What’s the blueprint?

    I’ll start: you need the 4 main receivers to all be dealing with significant injuries, including one with a broken leg, and you have to have your DB’s interfere w/ the receivers the entire game & hope nothing gets called (nothing did get called in KC/Bills, but their luck ran out against the Bucs w/ a different officiating crew).

    Not much of a blueprint. But good luck w/ it.

  14. Glad to see Mongo have success in WNY. Liked him as a Raider, plays hard and a little nasty, but cut down on the penalties during the big plays. Stay healthy in the Red, White and Blue. Bills Mafia embrace the former Raider!

    Best of Luck

  15. touchback6 says:
    March 14, 2021 at 5:14 pm
    Lol!

    Buffalo will have peaked last year, during a pandemic. Josh Allen due for 35 mil per in 2022.

    Love it!
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    Sadly the Patsies are so five minutes ago…welcome to the winners locker room..maybe you’ll learn a thing or two

  16. Spagnolo gave the league the blueprint to beat the Bills. Expect them to struggle this season and the Patriots to retake the division.

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    Step 1: Have a Super Bowl roster.
    Step 2: Have the best QB in the league.

    simple.

  17. dklewand says:
    March 15, 2021 at 7:50 am
    Spagnolo gave the league the blueprint to beat the Bills. Expect them to struggle this season and the Patriots to retake the division.
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    The blueprint has always been the same. Have a great QB and a great roster. Neither of which the Patriots currently have.

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