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    Four Buffalo Bills Undergo Offseason Surgery

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    Since the Buffalo Bills saw their season come to an end in the Wild Card round, four key members of the team have successfully undergone offseason surgeries.

    Defensive end Jerry Hughes (wrist), defensive tackle Ed Oliver (core muscle), guard Jon Feliciano (shoulder) and tackle Cody Ford (shoulder) each had surgeries on their assorted injuries shortly after the Bills (10-6) were eliminated by the Houston Texans in a Wild Card clash.

    Hughes admitted that he played the 2019 season while dealing with torn ligaments in his wrist, while it was widely reported that Feliciano suffered his shoulder injury during the team’s training camp at St. John Fisher College outside of Rochester, N.Y.
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    Re: Four Buffalo Bills Undergo Offseason Surgery

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    In his first season with the Bills, Feliciano saw action at right guard and also at center, taking 89 percent of Buffalo’s offensive snaps. He appeared in and started all 16 games as one of the most valuable members of the offensive line.
    Feliciano last appeared on the team’s official injury report in Week 15, when he missed time due to an illness.

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