Bills Trade LB Reggie Ragland To Chiefs For Future 4th Round Pick

Bills trade former Bob Jones, Alabama star Reggie Ragland to Chiefs

Former Alabama LB Reggie Ragland has new NFL home after being traded by Bills

The Bills already have Kansas City's first-round pick in the 2018 National Football League draft after their trade this past April.

Kansas City gave up a 2019 fourth round pick, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, to get former second round pick Reggie Ragland from the Buffalo Bills.

Ragland was a second-round pick in 2016 and missed all of his rookie season with a torn ACL.

Drafted by the Bills in the second round of the 2016 National Football League draft, Ragland looked to be a good fit in the club's previous 3-4 defensive scheme.

Ragland had seen decreasing playing time at middle linebacker in the preseason.

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Ragland looks to be a good fit for the Chiefs' 3-4 defensive scheme, which is very similar to the system the linebacker was trying to learn as a rookie past year.

To create a roster space for Ragland, the Chiefs released linebacker Josh Mauga on Monday.

Ragland, an All-American linebacker in 2015 for Nick Saban's Crimson Tide, won national titles as a freshman in 2012 and as a senior in 2015.

A healthy Ragland would be an incredible upgrade for Kansas City going forward, practically giving them an extra first round pick.

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