The Bills announced on Tuesday that offensive lineman Jon Feliciano suffered a right shoulder injury. The knock was sustained in Monday’s training camp workout and Feliciano sat out the rest of that day.
On Tuesday, Feliciano did not practice at all but it appears the team is downplaying the situation. The official word from the Bills was that Feliciano took a “rest day” for only a “sore shoulder.”
Likely playing a part for Feliciano was that Tuesday, the sixth day of training camp, was Buffalo’s first in full pads of the summer.
In addition to Feliciano, fellow offensive lineman Forrest Lamp, defensive end Jerry Hughes and tight end Jacob Hollister were all also sidelined.
It was announced last week that Hollister was day-to-day with a back injury.
On the first day of training camp, Hughes was placed on the non-football injury list with a calf sprain. He has not practiced yet this summer.
Dion Dawkins and Ike Boettger also still remain on the Reserve/ COVID-19 list, however, Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane said Monday both would return to practice this week. Tuesday was evidently just not that day.
Finally, the Bills also announced that depth offensive lineman Marquel Harrell has a foot injury and also did not practice on Day 6.