Haloti Ngata was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2006 after earning All-American honors with the Oregon Ducks.
Ngata spent nine seasons in Baltimore before heading to Detroit for three years and ending his career with the Eagles in 2018. In his time with the Ravens, he was voted to the Pro Bowl five times and helped his team win Super Bowl XLVII in 2013.
In his Super Bowl appearance, Ngata had two solo tackles. In the entire postseason run with the Ravens, he accumulated 13 total tackles. Throughout the 2012 season, he had five sacks and 51 tackles overall.
Over his 13 years in the league, Ngata had 325 solo tackles and 190 assisted tackles for a total of 515 overall. He broke through O-Lines for a career 32.5 quarterback sacks.
He also forced seven fumbles; recovering five of them, and intercepting five pass attempts for 84 yards.