The Jacksonville Jaguars will have their fair share of options in free agency.
If the Jaguars are releasing Andrew Norwell because they don’t want to invest much in the left guard position, they should consider adding Jon Feliciano, who has been a staple of the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line in the last two seasons.
A fourth-round selection by the Las Vegas Raiders in 2015, Feliciano had a reserve role early in his career, appearing in 48 games and starting just eight, but things changed when he joined the Bills on a two-year $7.25 million contract in 2019. Over his two-year stint in Buffalo, he’s started 25 games, having missed seven last season.
Feliciano played lined up mostly at right guard last season but also played snaps at center and left guard. Moreover, he earned a solid 64.4 Pro Football Focus overall grade in 2020 and 64.1 the season before. Although he suffered a pectoral tear last offseason and missed the first seven games of the season, he’s stayed healthy for most of his career.
PFF projects that Feliciano will get a two-year $8 million contract and $3.5 million total guaranteed. The Jaguars could sign him and still save enough money to address other position needs this offseason.