The former Alabama star is on the move.
The Buffalo Bills continued their offseason purge today, trading linebacker Reggie Ragland to the Kansas City Chiefs for a 2019 fourth-round pick.
Ragland, a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, has yet to play in a regular season game. He missed all of last season with a torn ACL.
Ragland joins wide receiver Sammy Watkins, quarterback Cardale Jones and cornerback Ronald Darby as players the Bills have traded this summer.
Coming out of Alabama, Ragland was regarded as the top inside linebacker in the 2016 draft class. However, after the knee injury washed out his rookie season, he struggled to adjust to playing in a 4-3 defense this summer.
Now, he gets another shot in KC, and he'll be playing inside in a familiar 3-4 scheme.