Just hours before kickoff against the Carolina Panthers, the Buffalo Bills announced that Jon Feliciano was added to the Reserve/Covid-19 list.
Instead of playing in the game, the guard found himself in the emergency room.
He saw his notifications going up on Twitter, so he jumped online and told people that he had the vaccine, called them dummies, and stated none of it helped since he ended up in the hospital anyway.
He also retweeted a post that took a shot at Pfizer buying “a Cardiovascular Biopharma Company.”
Feliciano shared that he received monoclonal antibodies on Tuesday and felt better following the treatment.
Feliciano is the second Bills player that revealed he needed to go to the hospital due to Covid-19 this season. Left tackle Dion Dawkins was hospitalized for a few days in the summer.
Both players are currently on the team’s Reserve/Covid-19 list along with Cole Beasley, Tyrel Dodson and A.J. Epenesa.