Buffalo Bills, Jon Feliciano (29)
Sticking with another Buffalo offensive lineman, Jon Feliciano is a versatile guard that can play all five line positions. This would be a major upgrade for the Bears with all of the injuries they’ve suffered in 2020. Surely, they’ve learned the importance of depth and Feliciano provides that.
Feliciano’s market price sits at $3,625,000 and has issues staying on the field, so it wouldn’t be shocking if the Bills let him walk in free agency. The 6-foot-4, 325-pound lineman has played two years in Buffalo after spending his first four seasons with the Raiders. During his time in Oakland, Feliciano started just eight games before signing a two-year contract with the Bills in 2019. The lineman started all 16 games that season blocking for the mobile Josh Allen but has dropped down to six games started in 2020.
Feliciano’s a bit riskier than the first two names on this list, but he also provides the luxury of playing all five spots when healthy. During his final season of college playing for the Miami Hurricanes, Feliciano started 12 games while splitting time between both tackle spots and left guard.
He’s a warrior. It’s been reported that Feliciano dealt with homelessness and hunger while growing up and he’s turned those situations into an NFL job. He’s already played for two of the most passionate fan bases in football and perhaps Soldier Field could be his next home.