Former Oregon Ducks legend Haloti Ngata to enter Baltimore Ravens Ring of Honor

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Former Oregon Ducks defensive tackle Haloti Ngata will be inducted into the Baltimore Ravens Ring of Honor at halftime during the Monday Night Football showdown between the Ravens and Colts on October 11.

Ngata was a five-time Pro Bowler and a two-time first-team All-Pro who played nine seasons in Baltimore from 2006-2014. He totaled 528 tackles (sixth in franchise history) along with 25.5 sacks and five interceptions.

Baltimore went to the playoffs seven times while he was with the team, securing a Super Bowl win in 2012. The Ravens allowed the fewest points per game and fewest total rushing touchdowns during Ngata’s run with the squad as well, cementing his legacy as a key run-stuffer in the trenches.

Baltimore made Ngata the 12th overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft out of Oregon, following a 2005 season in which he was named a consensus All-American and the Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year.

Ngata finished his NFL career with three seasons in Detroit from 2015-2017, and one final year in Philadelphia in 2018.

Ngata becomes the 20th member of Baltimore’s Ring of Honor, joining NFL legends like Ed Reed, Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden, and Johnny Unitas.

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