Published: Mon, March 18, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Standing Atop Kilimanjaro, Former Great Raven Haloti Ngata Retires

Standing Atop Kilimanjaro, Former Great Raven Haloti Ngata Retires

In nine seasons with the Ravens, Ngata had 449 combined tackles, 25.5 sacks, five fumble recoveries (including one returned for a touchdown) and five interceptions.

Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata knew how to make a statement on the field.

In an announcement made via his Instagram account, Ngata stands literally on top - the top of a mountain. A photo of him showed him holding a banner with the Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles' logos on it and a sentence: "I'm retiring from the National Football League on top".

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Ngata anchored the defensive line of the Baltimore Ravens from 2006 through 2014, a time during which not a single defensive tackle in the NFL provided more value to his team, according to Pro-Football-Reference.

He finished with 17 tackles, a sack and three quarterback hits over 13 games with Philadelphia in 2018. "Thank you Lord for letting me play the game I love for 13 unforgettable years". Walking away with no regrets, just peace in knowing I gave it my all and had a helluva lot of fun doing it.

The Ravens traded Ngata to the Detroit Lions in 2015, in exchange for a fourth-round pick they used to select pass rusher Za'Darius Smith. Ngata was frequently injured in those seasons, and his play was nowhere near the level it was in Baltimore.

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