Ragland notched 86 tackles (46 solo), a half-sack and an interception during 2018.
Ragland was limited to just 12 games and 323 defensive snaps as a rookie, but those numbers increased to 16 and 581, respectively, in 2018. He's still removed from the field when the defense utilizes nickel and dime packages, preventing Ragland from matching the likes of Anthony Hitchens, who totaled 945 defensive snaps. With both likely returning in 2019, prospective fantasy owners shouldn't anticipate another jump in production during Ragland's third season.
Ragland (hip) has returned to Sunday's game against the Raiders, Brooke Pryor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Ragland briefly left the field during the second quarter due to a hip injury, but has retaken the field to begin the second half. The third-year linebacker slots back into his usual starting role.
Ragland is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Raiders due to a hip injury.
Ragland left the field with a hip injury during the first half. As long as the third-year pro remains sidelined, Ben Niemann will benefit from increased defensive snaps.
Ragland recorded 10 tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 38-31 loss to the Seahawks.
Ragland logged double-digit tackles in a single game for the first time this season. The third-year linebacker benefited from a matchup against Seattle's run-heavy offense, and he now has 80 tackles across 15 games this year.
Ragland (knee) returned to practice Sunday.
Ragland opened up training camp on the non-football injury list after his knee swelled up, and he missed the first eight days of training camp as a result. The injury was never believed to be that serious, so Ragland should begin being a full participant in training camp this week.
|2017||Kansas City Chiefs||12||44||31.0||13||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
|2018||Kansas City Chiefs||16||86||46.0||40||0.5||1||67||67.0||67||0||1|