With the New York Giants of the National Football League, Jon Feliciano plays center professionally. 147 kg and 1.93 m tall, he is. He was a member of the football squad at Western High School while he was a student there. He chose to attend the University of Miami after high school and participated in college football for the Miami Hurricanes.
While playing on the practice squad, he missed his true freshman season. He played in 10 games, eight of which he started, after formally joining the team in 2011. He had an overall grade of 84% at the end of that campaign and had given up no sacks. He split his time between the left guard, left tackle, and right tackle in his final season, starting 12 games.
As the 128th overall choice in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Feliciano was selected by the Oakland Raiders. He inked a $2 million per year, two-year deal with the Buffalo Bills in March 2019. At right guard for the Bills in 2019, he started each of the team’s 16 contests and was given his first Pro Bowl ballot. He was the Bills’ starting left guard for the 2021 season.
On November 6, 2021, a calf injury caused him to be put on injured reserve. On December 11, he was put into action. On March 9, 2022, he was waived by the Bills. He entered into an agreement to work for the New York Giants for a single season on March 16, 2022.
Who Are Jon Feliciano Parents?
Alicia Feliciano and Rafael Feliciano Jr. are known to be the parents of professional football player, Jon Feliciano.