Bills activate guard Jon Feliciano from Injured Reserve

Feliciano is eligible to play his first game of 2020 this Sunday after suffering an torn pectoral muscle before training camp

The Buffalo Bills got some good news for their offensive line on Tuesday as the team announced the activation of guard Jon Feliciano from Injured Reserve.

The 28-year-old returns to the Bills' active roster after undergoing surgery on July 31 to repair a torn pectoral muscle suffered while training just before the opening of training camp.

Feliciano started all 16 games last season and also served as the team’s backup center behind Mitch Morse. He signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Bills in March of 2019 to a two-year deal.

Buffalo did have an open roster spot for Feliciano to return to the active 53-man roster on Tuesday, but the team also made a couple of other moves to the linebacker position.

The Bills also announced on Tuesday that the team has signed Andre Smith to the active roster from the practice squad, while releasing veteran Deon Lacey.

The Bills had their regularly scheduled day off from practice on Tuesday, but will return to action on Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in Orchard Park.