Ragland adds much needed depth at a position for Detroit that remains in flux ahead of the draft. The Bills' former No. 41 overall pick in 2016, Ragland missed the entirety of his rookie year in Buffalo but has since notched 160 tackles and 2.5 sacks as a reserve piece for the Chiefs the past three seasons. He also started in Super Bowl LIV, recording two tackles across 26 defensive snaps. He figures to be a rotational linebacker behind Jarrad Davis.