Just days after the Buffalo Bills lost a starting lineman of their own due to injury for an extended time, the team announced the signing of former starting lineman from a divisional foe on Monday.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bills are signing former Jets guard Brian Winters via a one-year deal. .

In a surprise of sorts over the weekend, the Jets released Winters, just hours after the equally surprising news of the injury to Feliciano. It’s expected that Winters will come in and have a chance to lock up Feliciano’s vacant spot. Feliciano started at 16 games for the Bills at right guard in 2019.

Winters started nine games for the Jets at the same position last season. The former third-round pick of the Jets in 2013, Winters has started 79 of 89 games played in his career.