3 former players the Oakland Raiders might miss in 2019
By Brad Weiss
The man affectionately known as “Mongo,” Jon Feliciano was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, and has made a career as a solid reserve offensive lineman. Last season, Feliciano was called into action on numerous occasions, appearing in a career-high 13 games, while making four starts.
Earlier in the offseason, the Raiders traded away Kelechi Osemele, a guy who went to multiple Pro Bowls as a member of the Silver and Black. With that trade, it was expected that Feliciano would finally make a bid for a full-time starting job with the Raiders, but only four days later, the big fella decided to sign with the Buffalo Bills as a free agent.
Now a member of the Bills, Feliciano will once again have to battle for a starting spot, as he is not currently listed as a starter according to ourlads.com. Still, the Raiders found great value in having him on the team, and with Richie Incognito coming aboard, there are some questions regarding whether he will keep his head on straight long enough to make a positive impact in 2019.
Feliciano would have been good insurance.