Report: Bills re-sign OL Jon Feliciano to three-year deal

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In another surprise re-signing, the Buffalo Bills found the funds to bring offensive lineman Jon Feliciano back in the fold. According to NYUP, the lineman and the Bills have agreed to the three-year deal worth $17 million.

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Last week, the Bills re-signed fellow offensive lineman Daryl Williams to a three-year deal. That contract was announced after a four-year extension with linebacker Matt Milano was reached.

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