Eagles will reportedly sign veteran DT Haloti Ngata

Eagles will reportedly sign veteran DT Haloti Ngata

Ngata has compiled 31.5 sacks during his 13-year career with the Lions and Baltimore Ravens.

The Eagles' defensive line continues to improve and look more menacing as the team looks to defend their Super Bowl championship.

The Philadelphia Eagles and free-agent defensive tackle Haloti Ngata reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year contract Tuesday. Douglas served as a scout in Baltimore from 2000 to 2015.

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

Good luck, National Football League offensive lines.

Last season, the Broncos' defense finished among the NFL's top five in total yards, passing yards and rushing yards allowed, the last of which was a marked improvement year over year.

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Ngata, 34, spent the past three seasons with the Lions, who acquired him in 2015 in the wake of Ndamukong Suh signing with the Miami Dolphins.

In January, Ngata told 97.1 FM in Detroit that he wanted to play in 2018.

Although he has contemplated retirement in the past, Ngata likely didn't want to go out while he was injured. If he had to play for us, I would have no problem with Corey being a starter for us.

Ngata was selected to five straight Pro Bowls from 2009-2013 and was a back-to-back All-Pro performer in 2010 and 2011.

In his four years with the Broncos, Nelson recorded 88 total tackles (58 solo), one sack, six pass-breakups, one fumble recovery and 18 special-teams tackles.

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