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HALOTI NGATA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Sam Koch jokingly disagrees with the notion that punters don’t matter

Baltimore Ravens punter Sam Koch and former Raven Haloti Ngata were reunited yesterday for some racing at Autobahn. Koch might have been sending a subtle message given his fashion choice, wearing purple, but no sign of a Ravens logo. As you can see in the photo, Koch’s shirt reads “punters are people too.” Besides the fact that it’s a pretty cool and humorous slogan, it...
Via cover32
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens commit tampering violation, show it on Twitter

It hasn’t necessarily been a good past 12 months for the Baltimore Ravens. From the entire Ray Rice scandal to the organization’s response to it, things have not gone right for owner Steve Bisciotti and company. If at all possible, it’s been an even worse year for the Ravens social media team. None of this changed on Wednesday evening when the Ravens unknowingly committed...
Via Sportsnaut
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions Draft Needs: Defensive Tackle

Defensive tackle is considered to be one of the most important positions in the NFL. The battle at the line of scrimmage can determine the outcome of an entire game. Last season the Lions had a tremendous defensive line that was able to pressure the quarterback, and stop the run. Their defensive line was so good, the Lions had the best rushing defense in the league. However, some...
Via isportsweb.com
27 days ago  |  Discuss

What will Haloti Ngata look like wearing his new Detroit Lions uniform?

One of the more underrated free-agent signings so far came when the Detroit Lions nabbed defensive lineman Haloti Ngata. How the Lions will use Ngata and adjust from losing both Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh remains to be seen, but at least now we know what Ngata looks like in his new digs… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten rule changes the NFL should make immediately Bold Prediction...
Via cover32
March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Haloti Ngata Says Goodbye to Baltimore Ravens Fan With Full Page Ad in Baltimore Sun

Unless your team is perfect--and no team is--it is starting to look like it doesn't pay for an NFL player to be too good at his job. Yes, the fat contracts are nice, and for the first season or two a player can get paid what he is worth and have nothing to worry about. However, this off-season it seems like a lot of guys with big contracts have been cut in order to make room under...
Via FatManWriting
March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

What Haloti Ngata means to the Detroit Lions

With Ndamukong Suh going to the Miami Dolphins and the Detroit Lions other starting defensive tackle Nick Fairley going to the St. Louis Rams, the Lions were in desperate need of a starting defensive tackle. So, the team goes out there and acquires Haloti Ngata from the Baltimore Ravens for a set of draft picks. This acquisition was so essential for the Lions in this year’s free...
Via isportsweb.com
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Acquiring Haloti Ngata should come with more change for Detroit Lions defense

As I write this it’s been nearly two full days since The Great Trade Hour of 2015, which is still difficult to fully comprehend. It’s a rare day when the acquisition of Haloti Ngata, a five-time All Pro, can be overshadowed. Jimmy Graham will have that effect, as will any Jimmy Graham-level player who moves to a team that’s been to the last two Super Bowls. But Ngata somewhat...
Via This Given Sunday
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions Trade For Haloti Ngata

Within minutes of the start of NFL free agency yesterday, the Detroit Lions made a big move  in trading for defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. The deal consisted of the Lions giving up their 4th and 5th round picks to the Baltimore Ravens. In return, the Lions received Ngata and the Ravens’ 7th round pick for 2015. This move should mutually benefit both teams. The Ravens wanted to...
Via isportsweb.com
March 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Ravens Trade Haloti Ngata to the Lions

The Detroit Lions have apparently found a short-term replacement for Ndamukong Suh. According to NFL Media’s Albert Breer, Detroit has acquired five-time Pro Bowler Haloti Ngata from the Baltimore Ravens. Ngata, a first-round pick back in 2006, has been on the chopping block for some time now. He was set to count $16 million against the team’s salary cap in 2015. Recent decline...
Via Sportsnaut
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Haloti Ngata traded to Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions may have lost Ndamukong Suh in free agency, but they are at least trying to fill his shoes. Baltimore Ravens reporter Aaron Wilson says the Lions have acquired Haloti Ngata from the Ravens in a trade.
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss
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