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08/30/16 - LB Reggie Ragland (knee) was placed on injured reserve by the Buffalo Bills. Ragland is expected to miss the season.
08/12/16 - LB Reggie Ragland will undergo surgery to repair his torn ACL and is likely lost for the season.
08/09/16 - LB Reggie Ragland suffered a knee injury Friday and there has been no update on his condition since then.
08/08/16 - ILB Reggie Ragland continues to be evaluated following the knee injury he suffered during Friday's practice.
Ragland, the team's second-round pick who has been penciled in to start inside next to Preston Brown, suffered a knee injury during Friday's practice. While there have been reports of a potential partially-torn knee ligament, coach Rex Ryan said the team is still waiting for the swelling to go down.
"We're still - he's getting treatment," Ryan said after Monday's practice. "Still waiting on that swelling on his knee to go down, and they're also trying to get movement. More range of motion, I guess, in there."
08/07/16 - LB Reggie Ragland appears to have a partial ACL tear in his left knee, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday.
Schefter added that the team is confident the ligament is not fully torn.
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.
06/09/16 - LB Reggie Ragland has stepped into the middle of the Bills defense and looks comfortable next to LB Preston Brown in the 3-4. He is being counted on to win a starting job this season.
01/01/16 - Alabama 7-point favorite over Clemson in title game...The Alabama Crimson Tide are seven-point favorites over the Clemson Tigers in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Jan. 11 in Glendale, Ariz. No. 2 Alabama (13-1) convincingly punched its ticket to the CFP title game by dismantling No. 3 Michigan State 38-0 on New Year's Eve in the Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Top-ranked Clemson (14-0) also was impressive, beating No. 4 Oklahoma 37-17 in the first semifinal Thursday in the Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium. The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas opened with Alabama as a touchdown favorite over Clemson. The undefeated Tigers were four-point underdogs to the Sooners. Las Vegas books opened betting on the national championship game late Thursday night as Alabama continued to dominate Michigan State in the second half. Sportsbook operator CG Technology opened the Crimson Tide as 4.5-point favorites, but the line quickly climbed to Alabama minus-6. The Crimson Tide have been favored in 80 of their past 81 games, including all three national championship game appearances under head coach Nick Saban. Alabama won all three of those title games. - The Sports Xchange
12/09/15 - 2015 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama...Has been selected First Team All-Southeastern Conference for the 2015 college football season by the Conference Head Coaches. - SEC Football
12/09/15 - 2015 SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Reggie Ragland, Alabama...Ragland leads the Crimson Tide this season with 90 total tackles and led UA in tackles in seven of its 12 games this season. The senior is the leader of an Alabama defense that leads the nation in rushing defense (78.9 yards), second in total defense (264.6 yards), third in scoring defense (14.3 points) and fifth in pass efficiency defense (100.97). Ragland has added 6.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, 5 pass breakups, 4 quarterback hurries and 2 forced fumbles this season. He is also a finalist for the Bednarik, Butkus and Nagurski trophies. - SEC Football
11/25/15 - 2015 CHUCK BEDNARIK AWARD FINALIST: Reggie Ragland, Alabama...Ragland earned his fourth finalist nod, being named a finalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award. He has already been selected as a finalist for the Butkus, Nagurski and Senior Class Awards. The Bednarik is presented annually to the College Football Defensive Player of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club. Ragland has captained a Crimson Tide defense that ranks second nationally in rushing defense (77.8 ypg) and sits third in both total defense (265 ypg) and scoring defense (14.5 ppg). The senior has a team-leading 85 tackles, including 6.5 for a loss (-23 yards) and 2.5 sacks (-10 yards). He has also recorded five pass breakups, four quarterback hurries and two forced fumbles. Ragland has led the team in tackles in seven of Alabama's 11 games this season and has helped the Crimson Tide defensive unit limit its last eight opponents to only 11.1 points per game following the early loss to Ole Miss. - Alabama Football