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Haloti Ngata
DT #92
Height:
6-4
Weight:
330
Age:
30
College:
Oregon
Hometown:
Salt Lake City, UT
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2014):

TCKL
23
SCK
1.0
FF
1
INT
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 437 276 161 24.5 0 28 5 84 -- 60 0 5 5
2014 BAL 8 8 23 14 9 1.0 -- 6 2 16 8 13 0 1 --
2013 BAL 15 15 52 23 29 1.5 -- 3 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2012 BAL 14 14 51 33 18 5.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2011 BAL 16 16 64 36 28 5.0 0 5 -- -- -- -- -- 2 3
2010 BAL 16 15 63 46 17 5.5 -- 5 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
2009 BAL 14 13 35 25 10 1.5 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2008 BAL 16 16 55 43 12 1.0 -- 5 2 8 4 7 0 0 --
2007 BAL 16 16 63 43 20 3.0 -- 2 -- -- -- -- -- 1 --
2006 BAL 16 16 31 13 18 1.0 -- 0 1 60 60 60 0 0 --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 CIN L 16-23 2 0 2 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2 PIT W 26-6 -- 0 0 -- -- 1 1 13 13 13 0 0 --
3 @CLE W 23-21 5 4 1 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
4 CAR W 38-10 3 1 2 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
5 @IND L 13-20 1 1 0 -- -- 2 1 3 3 3 0 0 --
6 @TB W 48-17 3 2 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
7 ATL W 29-7 1 1 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
8 @CIN L 24-27 8 5 3 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 --

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Biography

Transactions

Haloti Ngata was selected by the Ravens in the first round (12th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft...Baltimore traded its 13th-overall pick and a sixth-round selection (181st overall) to Cleveland for the 12th-overall pick.

HONORS

  • Three-time Pro Bowler (2009-11) and first alternate (2008)
  • Selected by NFL players (via NFL Network) as the league’s ninth-best player in the 2011 Top 100 Poll
  • AFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 9, 2010)
  • Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2010-11)
  • Associated Press second-team All-Pro (2008-09)
  • Pro Football Writers/Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL (2009-11)
  • Pro Football Weekly All-NFL (2010-11)
  • PFW/PFWA All-Rookie team (2006)
  • Sports Illustrated (Peter King) All-Pro Team (2010-11)
  • Sports Illustrated  Midseason Defensive Player of the Year (2010)
  • Sporting News All-Pro Team (2010-11)
  • USA Today’s All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive the Pro Bowl nod) in 2008

Career

  • Has 393 tackles (237 solo), 17 sacks (-102 yards), 3 INTs, 20 PD, 4 FFs and 5 FRs (one returned for a TD)
  • Scored his first-career TD on a 28-yard FR at STL (9/25/11)
  • Anchor of a defense that did not allow a 100-yard rusher in 39-consecutive games (12/17/06 – 10/4/09)
  • Dating back to 2006 when Ngata entered the NFL, the Ravens have allowed a league-low 41 rushing TDs and the NFL’s fewest rushing first downs (420)

2011: (16/16, 2/2) Earned his third-consecutive Pro Bowl nod after leading the D-line with 65 tackles for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg), which was also second against the run (92.6 ypg) and the league’s top red zone defense...Also produced 5 sacks, 5 PD, 2 FFs and 3 FRs

  • Produced 4 solo tackles and a career-high-tying 2 sacks for a defense that recorded a franchise-record-tying 9 sacks in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)
  • Led the team with a career-high-tying 11 tackles in game 9 at Sea. (11/13)
  • Netted 2 solo tackles, a sack and a FF (which was recovered by the Ravens and returned for a TD - LB Jarret Johnson) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers and tied an NFL record with 3 defensive TDs in the 34-17 victory in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)
  • Recorded a solo tackle from scrimmage and 1 FR, which he returned 28 yards for his first-career TD, in the 37-7 victory in game 3 at STL (9/25)         
  • Controlled the line of scrimmage, recording 4 tackles, 1 PD (which led to a Ray Lewis INT), 1 FF and 2 FRs (which both led to TDs) for a defense that forced a franchise-record 7 turnovers (4 FRs and 3 INTs) in the season opener vs. Pit. (9/11)
  • Produced 6 tackles, 1 PD and 1 FF for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two postseason games

2010: (16/15, 2/2) Earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl nod by leading the D-line with 65 tackles (48 solo), a career-high 5.5 sacks (tied for second in the AFC among DTs), a career-high-tying 5 PD and 1 FR for a Ravens’ defense that ranked No. 5 against the run (93.9 ypg) and produced a Top 5-run defense for the fifth-straight season

  • Recorded 3 tackles and a PD, which led to the game-ending INT, for a defense that held the Saints to 27 yards rushing (fifth-fewest allowed in franchise history) in the 30-24 victory in game 14 vs. NO (12/19)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after posting 4 solo tackles and a sack (-6 yards) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in the 26-10 win in game 8 vs. Mia. (11/7)
  • Started and recorded 7 tackles (5 solo) and a career-high 2 sacks (-17 yards) in game 6 at NE (10/17)
  • Dominated the game by posting a career-high 11 tackles, including a career-high 8 solo - as well as a sack (-8 yards) - when he controlled the line of scrimmage in the 17-14 victory in game 4 at Pit. (10/3)
  • Started both playoff games and recorded 4 tackles (3 solo), a half-sack and a PD for a defense that forced 7 turnovers

2009: (14/13, 2/2) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl (starter) nod after posting 41 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 FF and 1 FR for a squad that finished second in the AFC and third in the NFL in overall defense

  • Started and netted 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 FF and 1 FR for a defense that tied a franchise record, forcing 6 turnovers and holding QB Jay Cutler to a Ravens’ franchise-record-low 7.9 QB rating in the 31-7 victory in game 14 vs. Chi. (12/20)
  • Tied for the D-line lead (Trevor Pryce) with 5 tackles as part of a defense that held the Patriots to 2.8 yards per rush and 40% on third-down conversions in game 4 at NE (10/4)
  • Started his 50th-career game and led the D-line with 4 tackles and posted a half-sack (-5 yards), while helping hold the Chargers to 53 rushing yards and a 2.5 rushing average in the 31-26 win in game 2 at SD (9/20)
  • Controlled the line of scrimmage, netting 1 tackle and 1 QB hit, and helped hold the Chiefs to 188 total yards, including just 29 on the ground in the 38-24 win in game 1 vs. KC (9/13)...Also saw action along the offensive line in goal-line situations against the Chiefs
  • Recorded 7 tackles and a sack (-9 yards) for a defense that allowed just 106 rushing yards and 2.5 yards per rush in two playoff games

2008: (16/16, 3/3) Named as a first alternate to the Pro Bowl after anchoring the Ravens’ defensive line...Led the D-line with 77 tackles (43 solo), 1 sack, a career-high 2 INTs and 5 PD as part of the NFL’s second-ranked defense...Ravens finished 2008 having not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 35 consecutive games

  • Was a dominant force, recording a tackle, 3 QB hits, 2 PD and an INT in the end zone, squashing a Texans’ goal-line threat, in the 41-13 victory in game 9 at Hou. (11/9)
  • Also saw action along the offensive line in short-and-goal situations...Posted 6 tackles, helping dominate the line of scrimmage, holding the Browns to 27 total yards in the second half of the 28-10 win in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/21)
  • Finished fifth on the team with 12 tackles in the postseason
  • Recorded his first-career postseason sack in the AFC Championship at Pit. -1/18/09

2007: (16/16) Turned in an exceptional sophomore performance after anchoring the second-ranked run defense in the NFL...Tied for fifth on the team (Jarret Johnson) with a career-high 94 tackles, 3 sacks, 2 PD and 1 FF

Led D-line with a career-high 9 tackles and had 2 QB hits in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/11)

2006: (16/16, 1/1) Named to the Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-Rookie team...Was the only Ravens rookie to start all 16 regular season games, netting 51 tackles, 3 PD, 1 sack and 1 INT

  • Started and made 5 tackles (4 solo) and his first-career sack (-3 yards) in the 31-7 win in game 15 at Pit. (12/24)
  • Started his first-career NFL game in the 27-0 victory in the season opener at TB (9/10) and posted 1 tackle, 1 PD and his first-career INT off of a LB Bart Scott deflection...Rumbled 60 yards to the Tampa Bay 9, which led to a FG
  • Also collected 7 tackles in the playoffs

College: Entered the draft following his junior season...Consensus first-team All-American selection as a junior and the first at Oregon since DB Mel Renfro in 1962...Compiled 151 tackles (83 solo), 24.5 TFL, 10 sacks (-64 yards), 7 PD, 3 FFs and 1 FR in 36 career games (29 starts)...Set a school record with 7 blocked kicks (3 FGAs, 3 PATs and 1 punt)...Was a finalist for the Outland Trophy (best collegiate interior lineman) and the Bronko Nagurski award (best college defensive player) as a junior...Consensus All-American honors from the Associated Press, NFL Draft Report, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Sports Illustrated and ESPN.com as a redshirt junior in 2005...Also a unanimous first-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection...Named the Pac-10 co-Defensive Player of the Year and was the recipient of the Morris Trophy (Pac-10’s top defensive lineman)...Finished the year with a flurry to earn second-team All-Pac-10 conference honors as a sophomore in 2004...Suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opening quarter of the season opener in 2003...Freshman first-team All-American selection, as well as earning All-Pac-10 honorable mention honors in 2002...Ngata also blocked 3 kicks (2 PATs and 1 FGA).

High School, Personal: Prepped at Highland (Salt Lake City, UT) HS and started his last three years...Rated as the top defensive player in the nation by SuperPrep and PrepStar, as well as the best interior lineman in the country by Student Sports...Named the 2001 Utah Gatorade Player of the Year, recording over 100 tackles as a senior...Led his team to the state quarterfinals as a senior, following a 12-2 record and a berth in the State Championship as a junior...Outstanding high school rugby player...Haloti and his wife, Christine, have a son, Solomone “Sam,” born 7/15/09...Name is pronounced: ha-LOW-tee NAH-tah...Full Name: Etuini Haloti Ngata.

Community: Ngata, who lost his mother to complications from diabetes, has been involved in various projects to promote and fund diabetes awareness and prevention, including the Walk for Juvenile Diabetes, the Haloti Ngata Sportsfest (2008), and hosting an essay contest for students to describe ways their class could promote awareness of the disease…Annually contributes to the defensive line’s holiday efforts by purchasing gifts to be distributed to youth in need…In 2011, kicked off the in-school Play 60 Challenge (an effort to increase activity amongst students) at Sandymount Elementary School and spoke to over 200 students about the importance of getting active and staying healthy.

 

Transactions

Haloti Ngata was selected by the Ravens in the first round (12th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft...Baltimore traded its 13th-overall pick and a sixth-round selection (181st overall) to Cleveland for the 12th-overall pick.

HONORS

  • Three-time Pro Bowler (2009-11) and first alternate (2008)
  • Selected by NFL players (via NFL Network) as the league’s ninth-best player in the 2011 Top 100 Poll
  • AFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 9, 2010)
  • Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2010-11)
  • Associated Press second-team All-Pro (2008-09)
  • Pro Football Writers/Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL (2009-11)
  • Pro Football Weekly All-NFL (2010-11)
  • PFW/PFWA All-Rookie team (2006)
  • Sports Illustrated (Peter King) All-Pro Team (2010-11)
  • Sports Illustrated  Midseason Defensive Player of the Year (2010)
  • Sporting News All-Pro Team (2010-11)
  • USA Today’s All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive the Pro Bowl nod) in 2008

Career

  • Has 393 tackles (237 solo), 17 sacks (-102 yards), 3 INTs, 20 PD, 4 FFs and 5 FRs (one returned for a TD)
  • Scored his first-career TD on a 28-yard FR at STL (9/25/11)
  • Anchor of a defense that did not allow a 100-yard rusher in 39-consecutive games (12/17/06 – 10/4/09)
  • Dating back to 2006 when Ngata entered the NFL, the Ravens have allowed a league-low 41 rushing TDs and the NFL’s fewest rushing first downs (420)

2011: (16/16, 2/2) Earned his third-consecutive Pro Bowl nod after leading the D-line with 65 tackles for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg), which was also second against the run (92.6 ypg) and the league’s top red zone defense...Also produced 5 sacks, 5 PD, 2 FFs and 3 FRs

  • Produced 4 solo tackles and a career-high-tying 2 sacks for a defense that recorded a franchise-record-tying 9 sacks in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)
  • Led the team with a career-high-tying 11 tackles in game 9 at Sea. (11/13)
  • Netted 2 solo tackles, a sack and a FF (which was recovered by the Ravens and returned for a TD - LB Jarret Johnson) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers and tied an NFL record with 3 defensive TDs in the 34-17 victory in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)
  • Recorded a solo tackle from scrimmage and 1 FR, which he returned 28 yards for his first-career TD, in the 37-7 victory in game 3 at STL (9/25)         
  • Controlled the line of scrimmage, recording 4 tackles, 1 PD (which led to a Ray Lewis INT), 1 FF and 2 FRs (which both led to TDs) for a defense that forced a franchise-record 7 turnovers (4 FRs and 3 INTs) in the season opener vs. Pit. (9/11)
  • Produced 6 tackles, 1 PD and 1 FF for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two postseason games

2010: (16/15, 2/2) Earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl nod by leading the D-line with 65 tackles (48 solo), a career-high 5.5 sacks (tied for second in the AFC among DTs), a career-high-tying 5 PD and 1 FR for a Ravens’ defense that ranked No. 5 against the run (93.9 ypg) and produced a Top 5-run defense for the fifth-straight season

  • Recorded 3 tackles and a PD, which led to the game-ending INT, for a defense that held the Saints to 27 yards rushing (fifth-fewest allowed in franchise history) in the 30-24 victory in game 14 vs. NO (12/19)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after posting 4 solo tackles and a sack (-6 yards) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in the 26-10 win in game 8 vs. Mia. (11/7)
  • Started and recorded 7 tackles (5 solo) and a career-high 2 sacks (-17 yards) in game 6 at NE (10/17)
  • Dominated the game by posting a career-high 11 tackles, including a career-high 8 solo - as well as a sack (-8 yards) - when he controlled the line of scrimmage in the 17-14 victory in game 4 at Pit. (10/3)
  • Started both playoff games and recorded 4 tackles (3 solo), a half-sack and a PD for a defense that forced 7 turnovers

2009: (14/13, 2/2) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl (starter) nod after posting 41 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 FF and 1 FR for a squad that finished second in the AFC and third in the NFL in overall defense

  • Started and netted 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 FF and 1 FR for a defense that tied a franchise record, forcing 6 turnovers and holding QB Jay Cutler to a Ravens’ franchise-record-low 7.9 QB rating in the 31-7 victory in game 14 vs. Chi. (12/20)
  • Tied for the D-line lead (Trevor Pryce) with 5 tackles as part of a defense that held the Patriots to 2.8 yards per rush and 40% on third-down conversions in game 4 at NE (10/4)
  • Started his 50th-career game and led the D-line with 4 tackles and posted a half-sack (-5 yards), while helping hold the Chargers to 53 rushing yards and a 2.5 rushing average in the 31-26 win in game 2 at SD (9/20)
  • Controlled the line of scrimmage, netting 1 tackle and 1 QB hit, and helped hold the Chiefs to 188 total yards, including just 29 on the ground in the 38-24 win in game 1 vs. KC (9/13)...Also saw action along the offensive line in goal-line situations against the Chiefs
  • Recorded 7 tackles and a sack (-9 yards) for a defense that allowed just 106 rushing yards and 2.5 yards per rush in two playoff games

2008: (16/16, 3/3) Named as a first alternate to the Pro Bowl after anchoring the Ravens’ defensive line...Led the D-line with 77 tackles (43 solo), 1 sack, a career-high 2 INTs and 5 PD as part of the NFL’s second-ranked defense...Ravens finished 2008 having not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 35 consecutive games

  • Was a dominant force, recording a tackle, 3 QB hits, 2 PD and an INT in the end zone, squashing a Texans’ goal-line threat, in the 41-13 victory in game 9 at Hou. (11/9)
  • Also saw action along the offensive line in short-and-goal situations...Posted 6 tackles, helping dominate the line of scrimmage, holding the Browns to 27 total yards in the second half of the 28-10 win in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/21)
  • Finished fifth on the team with 12 tackles in the postseason
  • Recorded his first-career postseason sack in the AFC Championship at Pit. -1/18/09

2007: (16/16) Turned in an exceptional sophomore performance after anchoring the second-ranked run defense in the NFL...Tied for fifth on the team (Jarret Johnson) with a career-high 94 tackles, 3 sacks, 2 PD and 1 FF

Led D-line with a career-high 9 tackles and had 2 QB hits in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/11)

2006: (16/16, 1/1) Named to the Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-Rookie team...Was the only Ravens rookie to start all 16 regular season games, netting 51 tackles, 3 PD, 1 sack and 1 INT

  • Started and made 5 tackles (4 solo) and his first-career sack (-3 yards) in the 31-7 win in game 15 at Pit. (12/24)
  • Started his first-career NFL game in the 27-0 victory in the season opener at TB (9/10) and posted 1 tackle, 1 PD and his first-career INT off of a LB Bart Scott deflection...Rumbled 60 yards to the Tampa Bay 9, which led to a FG
  • Also collected 7 tackles in the playoffs

College: Entered the draft following his junior season...Consensus first-team All-American selection as a junior and the first at Oregon since DB Mel Renfro in 1962...Compiled 151 tackles (83 solo), 24.5 TFL, 10 sacks (-64 yards), 7 PD, 3 FFs and 1 FR in 36 career games (29 starts)...Set a school record with 7 blocked kicks (3 FGAs, 3 PATs and 1 punt)...Was a finalist for the Outland Trophy (best collegiate interior lineman) and the Bronko Nagurski award (best college defensive player) as a junior...Consensus All-American honors from the Associated Press, NFL Draft Report, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Sports Illustrated and ESPN.com as a redshirt junior in 2005...Also a unanimous first-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection...Named the Pac-10 co-Defensive Player of the Year and was the recipient of the Morris Trophy (Pac-10’s top defensive lineman)...Finished the year with a flurry to earn second-team All-Pac-10 conference honors as a sophomore in 2004...Suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opening quarter of the season opener in 2003...Freshman first-team All-American selection, as well as earning All-Pac-10 honorable mention honors in 2002...Ngata also blocked 3 kicks (2 PATs and 1 FGA).

High School, Personal: Prepped at Highland (Salt Lake City, UT) HS and started his last three years...Rated as the top defensive player in the nation by SuperPrep and PrepStar, as well as the best interior lineman in the country by Student Sports...Named the 2001 Utah Gatorade Player of the Year, recording over 100 tackles as a senior...Led his team to the state quarterfinals as a senior, following a 12-2 record and a berth in the State Championship as a junior...Outstanding high school rugby player...Haloti and his wife, Christine, have a son, Solomone “Sam,” born 7/15/09...Name is pronounced: ha-LOW-tee NAH-tah...Full Name: Etuini Haloti Ngata.

Community: Ngata, who lost his mother to complications from diabetes, has been involved in various projects to promote and fund diabetes awareness and prevention, including the Walk for Juvenile Diabetes, the Haloti Ngata Sportsfest (2008), and hosting an essay contest for students to describe ways their class could promote awareness of the disease…Annually contributes to the defensive line’s holiday efforts by purchasing gifts to be distributed to youth in need…In 2011, kicked off the in-school Play 60 Challenge (an effort to increase activity amongst students) at Sandymount Elementary School and spoke to over 200 students about the importance of getting active and staying healthy.

 

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