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Ravens NT Haloti Ngata confirmed his knee felt good coming out of the Week 12 win over the Jets.
Ngata missed the Week 11 loss at Chicago but was able to on 27-of-57 snaps against the Jets. Even on a short week, he's fully expected to be ready to play against the Steelers on Thanksgiving.
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Coach John Harbaugh indicated NT Haloti Ngata (knee) will be a game-time decision for Week 12 against the Jets.
Ngata was inactive for Week 11, allowing Matt Forte to peel off 125 total yards and a touchdown against Baltimore while averaging 4.6 yards per carry. If Ngata does not play this week, it would be a matchup boost for Chris Ivory. We don't expect to know Ngata's availability before Sunday morning's inactives.
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Ravens NT Haloti Ngata (knee) is listed as questionable for Week 11.
Ngata suffered a knee injury early in last week's win over the Bengals, but managed to stay in the game. He was able to practice on a limited basis Friday and is now on track to play Sunday against the Bears.
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Ravens NT Haloti Ngata was cleared medically for the start of training camp.
Ngata is fully recovered from his Super Bowl knee injury, and back in shape after reporting to OTAs a bit heavier than the Ravens wanted. "Yeah, Haloti came in in great shape," coach John Harbaugh confirmed. "He's looking great. He blew away the conditioning test. He's ready to go." Still only 29 years old, Ngata is poised to play primarily nose tackle for the first time in his career.
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Ravens NT Haloti Ngata is a candidate to open training camp on the PUP list.
Ngata was a non-participant in OTAs and minicamp and is still recovering from his Super Bowl knee injury. He resumed a running program last month but shouldn't be sidelined for long, if at all, during training camp.
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Ravens NT Haloti Ngata is "still recovering" from his Super Bowl knee injury.
He's expected to be limited in this week's minicamp. Ngata reportedly suffered "just" a left MCL sprain, but he's been doing little in OTAs. It's not a concern for Week 1, but Ngata could be eased into training camp. The Ravens want Ngata to be more diligent about his weight after he reported "heavier than normal" last summer.
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Haloti Ngata stated on NFL Network's Total Access that he "definitely" plans to play more nose tackle in 2013.
Different from past years, the Ravens can now field a deep rotation of ends with free-agent pickups Chris Canty and Marcus Spears rotating with Arthur Jones and Pernell McPhee. "It's gonna keep me inside, just having those guys there," Ngata said. "It's gonna be great to have me be comfortable on the inside of the defense, where I love playing." With improved depth at five technique, Ngata as a full-time nose, and Elvis Dumervil bookending Terrell Suggs at rush linebacker, Baltimore's front seven will be significantly better than it was in 2012.