Bills second-round draft pick Reggie Ragland was spotted walking in the ADPRO Sports Training Center before Thursday's practice.
Ragland is out for the year after tearing his left ACL during training camp, but coach Rex Ryan had glowing reviews when asked about the linebacker's progress.
"He’s great. He’s up there [studying] more than any other player," Ryan said. "He’s so dialed in to gameplans and everything else, he’s living in the coaches’ office. He’s everything you want him to be. He’s trying, he knows he can’t play, but he’s right there with them and he does all his rehab 100 miles an hour. He’s going to have a full recovery."
Ragland was also the subject of a recent "Beyond Blue and Red" feature produced by the team.
"Probably the first week and a half, two weeks [after surgery] was the worst I felt in my life," Ragland said in the video. "I worked my whole life to get here, sacrificed so much, and then for that to happen? I wish I get the chance next year to become Rookie of the Year. That was my main goal this year. I felt like I was gonna do it, too."
Reggie Ragland went from the Draft stage, to the NFL stage, to an injury that ended his rookie year.
And now, he's on the comeback trail. pic.twitter.com/3TW4LAaIM3
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) October 18, 2016