Eagles reportedly reach agreement with former Ravens, Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata

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Ngata just turned 34 years old and is coming off a season in which he played in just five games for the Detroit Lions before needing surgery to fix a torn bicep.

The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly adding another piece to their defensive line by reaching an agreement with veteran tackle and former Baltimore Ravens standout Haloti Ngata, according to National Football League insider Adam Schefter.

More than $57 million of the Eagles' salary cap was dedicated to the defensive line for next season before the Ngata deal.

The 6-4, 345 pounder is still solid in run defense and before he went down with the injury, Ngata was having one of his best seasons in years. Prior to that, he had nine very successful years with the Baltimore Ravens, which he helped win the Super Bowl in 2013. Fresh off acquiring Michael Bennett in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks, the defending champs will reportedly sign fellow former Pro Bowl defensive lineman Haloti Ngata. He will likely join the Eagles as a backup along their already strong defensive line, which already includes returning starters Fletcher Cox and Tim Jernigan inside. He'll find himself in an ideal situation with the Eagles, where he won't be forced to over-extend his already declining body.



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