Buffalo Bills starting right guard Jon Feliciano underwent surgery for a torn pectoral muscle on Friday, according to the team. He will be out indefinitely.
The injury leaves a huge void along the Bills' offensive line. Feliciano not only started all 16 games last season for the club, but was also the team’s backup center and had to be used in that role in certain situations throughout the season.
The Bills were set to return all five of their starting offensive linemen from a year ago. Now, they’ll look to replace Feliciano, who signed with the club last offseason as a free agent.
The team does have some depth at the position and will now have to figure out the best combination as training camp begins.
Here are some options: