|National Football League|
|Aug. 10, 20166:02 AM PT7:02 AM MT8:02 AM CT9:02 AM ET13:02 GMT9:02 PM 北京时间6:02 AM MST8:02 AM EST8:02 AM CT17:02 UAE9:02 ET12:02 - Ragland needs surgery to repair a torn left knee ligament and may miss the season.
Analysis: The announcement came a day after coach Rex Ryan said it's possible that Ragland had a torn ligament. He added the medical staff couldn't make an exact determination until the swelling subsided. Ragland was hurt during practice Friday while going after the ball carrier. He pulled up and went to the ground without being hit. Buffalo's second-round draft pick out of Alabama was projected to start at one of the two inside linebacker positions.
|Aug. 7, 20167:09 PM PT8:09 PM MT9:09 PM CT10:09 PM ET2:09 GMT10:09 AM 北京时间7:09 PM MST9:09 PM EST9:09 PM CT6:09 UAE (+1)22:09 ET1:09 - Ragland appears to have sustained a partial ACL tear in his left knee, according to a report. The Bills are confident the ligament is not fully torn.
Analysis: Ragland, the Bills' second-round pick in this year's draft who already been named the expected starter at inside linebacker alongside Preston Brown, was pursuing running back Reggie Bush toward the sideline on a play during practice Friday when he pulled up and went to the ground.
|May 24, 201610:09 AM PT11:09 AM MT12:09 PM CT1:09 PM ET17:09 GMT1:09 AM 北京时间10:09 AM MST12:09 PM EST12:09 PM CT21:09 UAE13:09 ET16:09 - The Buffalo Bills have signed their second-round draft pick, linebacker Reggie Ragland. At 6-foot-1 and 247 pounds, he's a hard-hitting player who is being counted upon to win a starting job as part of coach Rex Ryan's revamped defense this season. The signing was announced Tuesday.
Analysis: The Bills traded up eight spots in the draft to select the Alabama prospect and 2015 SEC defensive player of the year with the 41st pick. Ragland was two-year starter and was a unanimous All-American, leading the Crimson Tide with 102 tackles last year, including 60 solo.
|Apr. 29, 20164:03 PM PT5:03 PM MT6:03 PM CT7:03 PM ET23:03 GMT7:03 AM 北京时间4:03 PM MST6:03 PM EST6:03 PM CT3:03 UAE (+1)19:03 ET22:03 - The Buffalo Bills traded up eight spots in the second round to select Ragland with the 41st pick in the NFL draft on Friday night.
Analysis: Ragland is listed at 6-foot-1 and 247 pounds and was the SEC's defensive player of the year last season. In selecting Ragland, the Bills continued filling needs in revamping what had been an under-performing defense last year.