Baltimore's offense should be totally transformed, they won't be silly about how much they ask Lamar Jackson to do too soon, and while the pass rush will suffer they may have the best secondary in football. Lamar Jackson averaged 17 carries per start as a rookie, so making sure the Ravens have a veteran backup was a priority this spring. RGIII has already served as a valuable mentor for Jackson, and now he'll serve the same role for the next two years while making less than one-ninth what Joe Flacco will. Ngata doesn't present the slam-dunk case of first-ballot choices Lewis or Reed, but given his longevity, his five Pro Bowl appearances and his role in the Ravens' tradition of defensive dominance that helped secure a second Super Bowl title for the franchise, Ngata “deserves some Hall of Fame consideration,” says longtime Baltimore sportscaster and Hall of Fame voter Scott Garceau.
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