The Bills traded up to draft Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland 41st overall in the 2016 draft. He never played a down for the team, thanks to a preseason injury last year and a preseason trade this year, but he'll get to face his former team Sunday when his Chiefs (6-4) host the Bills (5-5).
"He had a good game for us this past week," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "Like a lot of cases, sometimes change of scenery is good. ... It's part of the business, and sometimes it can work out for you. He's making the best of it right now."
McDermott and Reid go way back: Bills coach Sean McDermott owes his start in coaching to Reid. Read Bucky Gleason on McDermott's early days in the NFL.
Pregame primer: Everything you need to know for Bills-Chiefs, plus five things to watch for as the Bills look to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Jay Skurski's Scouting Report: LeSean McCoy faces another struggling run defense Sunday, which the Bills will need him to exploit to spark the offense.
Bills look to take back their takeaway prowess: When the Bills were winning, they were taking the ball away on defense. They led the league in turnover margin before going on a losing skid.
Inside the Bills: McDermott brought over a new team chaplain this year. Len Vanden Bos blends faith and football for the players and coaches.
Bills injury update: Cordy Glenn, John Miller and Mike Tolbert are out against the Chiefs while Kelvin Benjamin is questionable but not expected to play.
The view from Vegas: Get the scoop on betting trends and a pick for Bills at Chiefs.
Upset! There is a new champion in Eric Wood's annual Thanksgiving "Weight Gain Challenge" for Bills offensive linemen. Wood apparently dethroned Richie Incognito this year.
Tyrod Watch: An update to Taylor's passing heat map through nine games.
Inside the NFL: Now more than ever, one injury can be one too many on the O-line.
Power rankings: Vic Carucci still has the Bills in the teens.
LeSean McCoy makes memory for young Bills fan: McCoy stopped to give a Bills fan his gloves after warmups last week.
Matchup watch II: Passes to backs: The Bills throw to running backs more than most teams, but the Chiefs limit passes to backs as well as any team in the league.
How do teams do after facing the Bills: The Chargers rolled the Cowboys on Thanksgiving after facing the Bills. Have all Bills opponents had that kind of success?
Don Paul's Friday updated Bills-Chiefs forecast: It should feel unseasonable warm for a late November game given that the Bills are in Missouri.
Podcast: Debating Mediocrity.