Road to the NFL
While playing for the University of Miami, Feliciano started in 46 of his 48 appearances. In his collegiate games, the offensive lineman flexed his versatility by starting at left guard, right guard, left tackle and right tackle. Feliciano also earned an All-ACC honorable mention after starting all 13 games of the Hurricanes' 2014 season.
Feliciano went on to be drafted by the Raiders in the fourth round (128th overall) in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Over Feliciano's eight seasons in the NFL, he's spent the majority of his playing time on the interior of the offensive line.
In his first four seasons with the Raiders, the offensive lineman shifted between right and left guard. In 2019, Feliciano signed with the Buffalo Bills and spent his first year in New York with snaps at center and right guard. Throughout his time with the Bills, he continued making appearances along the interior of the offensive line, until 2022 when he signed with the New York Giants and took every snap at the center position.
In Feliciano's entire eight-year career in the league, he's only allowed 8.0 sacks to his quarterbacks.
Feliciano loves to spend his time off the field playing video games, his all-time favorite being Pokémon.
"I've been playing games since I can remember," Feliciano said. "Probably my first game that really took over my life was any Pokémon game."
The offensive lineman even has Pokémon tattoos to show for it.
The best offensive linemen are known to eat good, and Feliciano says he knows how to get down in the kitchen.
"My best dish is anything with red sauce, probably some chicken parmesan. I make a mean chicken parm."
Jon A.K.A. "Mongo"
Feliciano's childhood best friends Josh Palmer and Sean Cole nicknamed the offensive lineman "Mongo," short for "humongous."
Feliciano had a big stature for his young age and the nickname stuck with him all the way to the NFL, even including it in his twitter handle @MongoFeliciano.