The Bills re-signed Feliciano to a three-year, $17 million contract Sunday, Matt Parrino of Syracuse.com reports.
Feliciano was set to hit free agency, but the Bills clearly are set on keeping the foundational pieces of their roster intact while focusing on making another playoff run. The starting guard will continue to protect Josh Allen and open up interior running lanes in Buffalo for the foreseeable future.
Feliciano, who briefly left Monday's win over the 49ers due to a knee injury, practiced fully during Wednesday's walkthrough session.
Feliciano's injury didn't look too good at first, but it appears he's none the worse for wear, and the Bills will have their normal group back for Sunday's big game against the Steelers.
Feliciano is probable to return to Monday's game against the 49ers due to a knee injury.
Feliciano suffered the injury in the first half, but it appears as though he'll be able to return to the contest, which is great news for Buffalo.
Feliciano (back) practiced fully for the first time this week Friday and does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Arizona.
Since returning from chest surgery in Week 8, Feliciano has been instrumental in helping the Buffalo offense get back on track the last couple of games. He looks clear to resume a starting spot on the O-Line.
Feliciano is expected to make his season debut Week 8 against New England after being absent from the Bills' injury report Thursday, Jenna Callari of Buffalo WKBW-7 reports.
Feliciano hasn't suited up since Buffalo's wild card-exit to the Texans, having subsequently undergone offseason shoulder surgery and a lengthy rehab progress. The 28-year-old kicked off 2020 on injured reserve, but he may be immediately welcomed back into the starting fold for an AFC East clash with the Patriots, as Cody Ford deals with a knee injury. Feliciano started all 16 games for the Bills last year, after combining for eight total starts over four years in Oakland.
Feliciano, who has yet to play this season due to chest surgery, was activated from injured reserve Tuesday.
We'll see how Feliciano practices this week before we size up his availability for what's about to be a very important game for the team against the Patriots. It's a good time for the starting lineman to get back in the lineup, as the rest of the line has started to have some injury issues and spotty play, plus the Bills released starter Quinton Spain last week.
Feliciano (chest) returned to practice Wednesday, Dante Lasting of the Bills' official site reports.
The offensive lineman may still have some time to go as far as an actual return, as he's been out since very early in training camp after suffering a significant injury. Coach Sean McDermott said Feliciano "will begin practicing today, in some capacity." The veteran was a starter on the offensive line last season and could start to see playing time -- and perhaps significant playing time -- by the end of the month, as the Bills have already done some reshuffling with their offensive line over the first four games.
Feliciano (chest) was placed on injured reserve Sunday, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Feliciano underwent chest surgery in late July and was expected to miss time to start the season. His IR placement guarantees he won't play until at least Week 4, and Cody Ford is expected to start at right guard in his place.
Feliciano suffered a chest injury that required surgery Friday, potentially keeping him out for two or three months, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports.
Feliciano had surgery in January to repair a torn rotator cuff, with the expectation he'd be ready to make the Week 1 start at right guard. He now figures to miss a good chunk of the 2020 campaign, likely landing on the PUP list or injured reserve. The Bills at least boast solid line depth, with projected backups Spencer Long, Evan Boehm and Daryl Williams each having at least 21 NFL starts to his name.
Feliciano underwent surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his left shoulder Wednesday, Matt Parrino of NYup.com reports.
Feliciano initially suffered the injury during training camp prior to the 2019 season. The veteran managed to tough out the issue and start all 16 regular-season games at right guard, and he's now expected to miss 4-to-6 months while recovering from surgery. He'll return to Buffalo in 2020.
Feliciano (undisclosed) isn't listed on Tuesday's injury report.
Feliciano suffered the unspecified injury during Sunday's win over the Steelers, but it apparently wasn't an injury worthy of concern and he did finish the game. The 27-year-old should work in his usual starting spot at right guard Week 16.
Feliciano picked up an undisclosed injury in Sunday's game against the Steelers, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.
Feliciano was escorted to the sideline by trainers, though it's a good sign that he was was able to walk off under his own power. His return should be considered questionable, with Spencer Long taking over at right guard.
Feliciano (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Feliciano didn't practice Friday due to an illness, but he's ready to resume his starting role at right guard in the prime-time contest.
Feliciano did not practice Friday due to an illness and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh.
At least the starting guard will have a short flight and an extra half-day to try and get healthy, as the Bills square off against the Steelers on Sunday Night Football, a game with big playoff implications for each side.
Feliciano (neck) is officially active for Sunday's tilt against the Patriots.
Feliciano suffered the injury during last week's win over Cincinnati, and was spotted in a neck brace following the contest. He logged a full practice session Friday, and made a quick turnaround for Week 4. Now that he's officially healthy, expect him to slot into his usual starting role at right guard.
Feliciano (neck) practiced fully Friday following two limited sessions earlier this week and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
The veteran offensive lineman has made a quick turnaround following what looked like a scary injury. The Bills could use him manning his starting right guard spot this week, as they face a team that hasn't allowed a single offensive touchdown to date.
Feliciano was spotted with a neck brace following Sunday's win over the Bengals, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
This is a tough sight for Bills' starting right guard, although it's still unclear how serious the injury is. Expect Feliciano to be closely monitored in practice leading up to next Sunday's game versus the Patriots. The Bills kicked rookie right tackle Cody Ford over to guard to cover for the injured Feliciano, while Ty Nsekhe -- who usually shares time with Ford -- took over fully at right tackle.
Feliciano (neck) is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Feliciano picked up the injury in the second half, but it's unclear how he suffered the injury. With the 27-year-old sidelined, expect Spencer Long to continue to fill it at the right guard position for the remainder of the game.
Feliciano is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bengals due to a neck injury.
It's unclear how Feliciano picked up the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss valuable snaps. With the veteran sidelined, Spencer Long likely will fill in at the right guard position.
Feliciano (shoulder) played 18 offensive snaps in Friday's preseason game against the Panthers.
Feliciano had been dealing with the shoulder injury since Aug. 4 but made a healthy return to the field. He was able to start the game, which suggests that he has the upper hand in his battle for the starting right guard spot over Spencer Long. Expect the battle to continue as the schedule inches closer to Week 1.