Who lined up where on Tuesday at Bills OTAs?

Injuries on the offensive line caused some shuffling of the deck

Sal Capaccio
May 21, 2019 - 5:07 pm

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With starting center Mitch Morse out after having core muscle surgery and backup Russell Bodine still recovering from last year’s broken leg, the Buffalo Bills had a bit of a shuffle on their offensive line during their OTA session Tuesday.

Interestingly, it wasn’t former Jets center Spencer Long who lined up in front of quarterback Josh Allen, but instead it was Jon Feliciano, another backup interior lineman. Feliciano was mainly a guard with the Oakland Raiders over the past four years, but also backed up Oakland’s Pro Bowl center Rodney Hudson. Long lined up at left guard, where he’s also played before.

Also, second round draft pick Cody Ford was in with the second-team as Ty Nsekhe grabbed the first reps at right tackle.

Here’s how the first group of linemen lined up during the offensive team portion of practice when the first-team was on the field:

  • LT - Dion Dawkins
  • LG - Spencer Long
  • C - Jon Feliciano
  • RG - Quinton Spain
  • RT - Ty Nsekhe

The second group looked like this:

  • LT - LaAdrian Waddle
  • LG - Wyatt Teller
  • C - Ike Boettger
  • RG - Jeremiah Sirles
  • RT - Cody Ford

On defense, ninth overall pick Ed Oliver was with the second unit, lined up next to Harrison Phillips on the defensive line. Jordan Phillips and Star Lotulelei were the starters. Levi Wallace was the first-team cornerback opposite Tre’Davious White.

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