American football defensive tackle
Segment 1: NFL Super Bowl Preview, Round 2 FIGHT! Intro party, Kirk Cousins, Dogecoin, and the Reddit WSB shenanigans continue. The unexpected Tom Brady redemption story arc. Max Kellerman’s take goes off the cliff. Linde and the Failhorn throw down the TB12 gauntlet. Super Bowl rewinds, Randy Moss, plus when organizations shoot their shot (and when they don’t). Defense, the run game, plus methods of attack for the Chiefs and the Bucs. Gotta know when to gold ‘em and know when to hold ‘em. The Matt Stafford trade, off-loading Goff, Deshaun Watson, and the Chiefs haircut cocktail special. Calling our shots, round 2. Salud o’clock. The Dong Show Danger Zone. Vaccine naps. Segment 2 (1.04.57): Super Bowl betting fun, prop bets shenanigans. Outkicking the marital coverage, a mama D-Stat story, and quarantine package competitions. The Colts, FA QB discussions, plus Fitzmagic. The Joe Webb incident plus an all-time Fantasy Football QB waiver wire sneak. Good luck with that trade market, Raiders. Aaron Rodgers inspires a new take on the Haloti Ngata case race challenge. The Tampa Bay Chicken of the Trees Dong Show Screech Around. The Dustin Diamond RIP of Doom. Cobra Kai gloss, streaming fun, and the obligatory Fargo blast. Calling our shots, part II. Bad wife jokes, Valentine’s Day pro tips, and avoiding the couch fox hole. Wrap up fun, GME Stonk Switch party, and Diamond foreheads. The Failhorn – Linde olive branch. A Marilyn Manson tangent, Evan Rachel Wood, and getting fat and sassy with Super Bowl foodie time. Surviving the 2020 season, the Chiefs – barber incident, and Colin Cowherd says hi. Post podcast Bonus Screech Dustin Diamond RIP of fail, Death Pools, don’t mess with Dolly Parton or Betty White, and Dustin Diamond in the Wind (2.32.57). MP3 format, 02-5-2021. This is how we Brew it: Join the Brew Crew on Facebook @SportsBrew Twitter: vasportsbrew Find us on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, LiveSportscaster.com, Amazon Music, and the Google Play Store - Key words: Sports Brew Cheers and beers flavored by Captain Morgan 100 Proof, Jack Daniel’s, Coca-Cola, Dancing Kilt’s Cauldron Stout, Dancing Kilt’s Fiddler Ale, Downeast Cider House, Hardywood’s Christmas Morning, and the general deliciousness of beer.
We're cleaning out the notebook today. Trent Dilfer is still mad. He has that right but there's something we're badly missing from the story. And is there any world where Carlos Correa or Javier Baez would be practical for the Orioles next season? Late in Hour 1, MLB.com/MLBPipeline.com's Jim Callis joined us to discuss their Top 100 Prospects update for 2021, including Adley Rutschman at #2 and four more Orioles on the list. Early in Hour 2, we caught up with PressBox's "chief grand poobah" Stan "The Fan" Charles to discuss Dilfer, where the Orioles stand in their rebuilding process and more. Late in Hour 2, we met Duke Defensive End/projected early round pick Victor Dimukeje (Boys' Latin) as he told us his story of coming to Baltimore as a child from Nigeria and learning about football while watching players like Haloti Ngata, Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil.
13 year NFL veteran, Husband, Father, and all around awesome guy Haloti Ngata. We sit down with his brother Vili to get tattooed while we talk about his life up and through the NFL. Haloti is one of those guys that is in every sense of the words, larger than life yet incredibly humble and truly one of the nicest guys I have ever met.
Haloti Ngata's parents migrated from Tonga and raised Haloti in Utah. Haloti pursued his passion for football from childhood, into college at Oregon, and had a prolific NFL career mostly with the Baltimore Ravens. I highly feared defensive tackle, he has sacked the most famous quarterbacks and shut down offenses throughout his career. Haloti resides in Park City with his beautiful family and is excited for the next chapter of his life.
In der neuen Folge des NFL Boulevard gibt es eine Menge Witziges und Absurdes: Kucze und Max sprechen über die besten Werbe-Deals mit NFL-Stars. Dass Wirtschaftsunternehmen mit NFL-Footballern werben, hat eine lange Tradition. Bereits in den 1970er Jahren wurden u. a. Jets-Quarterback Joe Namath und Steelers-Verteidiger Mean Joe Green zu Markenbotschaftern. Die Inhalte der Spots variieren dabei von kultig bis peinlich Für die NFL-Stars ist Werbung ein lukratives Zweitgeschäft. Werbe-Könige wie die Manning-Brüder Peyton und Eli oder Tom Brady verdienen außerhalb des Football-Feldes genauso viele Millionen wie in der NFL. Kucze und Max erzählen euch in dieser Folge von ihren Lieblingsspots. Hauptdarsteller dieser Werbe-Deals sind u. a. Drew Brees, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Rodgers, Ray Lewis, Bo Jackson, JJ Watt und Haloti Ngata. Wie immer könnt ihr euch auch diese Ausgabe des NFL Boulevard als Video auf dem YouTube-Kanal der Footballerei anschauen....
In der neuen Folge des „NFL Boulevard” gibt es eine Menge Witziges und Absurdes: Kucze und Max sprechen über die besten Werbe-Deals mit NFL-Stars. Dass Wirtschaftsunternehmen mit NFL-Footballern werben, hat eine lange Tradition. Bereits in den 1970er Jahren wurden u. a. Jets-Quarterback Joe Namath und Steelers-Verteidiger „Mean Joe” Green zu Markenbotschaftern. Die Inhalte der Spots variieren dabei von kultig bis peinlich… Für die NFL-Stars ist Werbung ein lukratives Zweitgeschäft. „Werbe-Könige” wie die Manning-Brüder Peyton und Eli oder Tom Brady verdienen außerhalb des Football-Feldes genauso viele Millionen wie in der NFL. Kucze und Max erzählen euch in dieser Folge von ihren Lieblingsspots. Hauptdarsteller dieser Werbe-Deals sind u. a. Drew Brees, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Rodgers, Ray Lewis, Bo Jackson, JJ Watt und Haloti Ngata. Wie immer könnt ihr euch auch diese Ausgabe des „NFL Boulevard” als Video auf dem YouTube-Kanal der Footballerei anschauen.
Former Highland High School, Oregon Duck and current Detroit Lions Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata talked about why he decided to play College Football for Oregon rather than playing for Utah or BYU. He reflects on his experience when he was drafted as the 12th pick in the draft. Baltimore traded up to get him. He had an experience of playing with Ray Lewis. Scott had a story of his interaction with Ray. Haloti was able to win a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens. It was one of the biggest accomplishments of his life. That was the Super Bowl that lost power against the San Francisco 49ers. Scott asked Haloti if he hates Quarterbacks. He doesn't like them on the field but is fine with them off the field. Haloti Ngata is nominated by the Detroit Lions for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Haloti is leading the fan vote by 250,000 votes. He is also up for the Art Rooney Award for being a great example on and off the field. But Haloti is a tough guy on the field and Defensive Tackles gave Scott nightmares. When Haloti was a freshman in college, his father passed away. It hit him really hard to the point where he was thinking about quitting football. Then the year he was drafted, his mother passed away from Diabetes. Diabetes does concern him because of his family history and his culture and what they eat. Haloti knows that and opened a gym to help prevent weight gain. If Haloti could play for any team in any era, he would play with Reggie White with the Eagles. That is the reason why he wears #92. Haloti Ngata mentions giving a donation to John Hopkins Hospital for Diabetes. Now it is time for the Gauntlet of Truth. His greatest highlight is breaking Ben Roethlisberger's nose. His biggest regret in life is not knowing how to speak the Tongan language. With all of his experiences in life. What is the one thing he would want to tell his children the most is that he wants his kids to be serviceable and to be a good servant. Other than his wife and parents, the person with the biggest influence in his life is his high school coach Larry Wilson.
Haloti Ngata is the biggest man to ever climb Mount Kilimanjaro. On Episode 4 of The Kili Tapes, Chris Long sits down on an actual chair to interview former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle, Haloti Ngata. About Chalk Media: Following the unfiltered voice and vision of Chris Long, Chalk Media is the interactive online community for you, the intelligent and humorous sports fan. Driven by access, Chalk delivers a unique perspective that cuts through the canned talking points and provides a variety of content from your favorite sports and entertainment celebrities. Here at Chalk, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we are rooted in challenging the perception of professional athletes. We embrace the “real” with a unique combination of humor and intelligence. Chalk is a community with a voice beyond 240 characters that brings a perspective and vibe to a traditionally brash and boastful sports media space. Subscribe and enjoy weekly content including podcasts, documentaries, live chats, celebrity interviews and more. Nothing is off-limits at Chalk - hot news items, trending discussions from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA are just a small part of what we will be sharing with you.
From radio row at Super Bowl LIV in Miami, New York Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland talks about winning the 2020 Alan Page Community Award from the NFL Players Association for his work uplifting underprivileged youth, and talks about the progress made by NFL players in the fight for social justice. He also shares how he's been inspired by athletes like Kobe Bryant, Anquan Bolden and Haloti Ngata.
Barstool's NFL Podcast, Surf & Turf, hosted by Super Bowl Champion, Willie Colon & Barstool Sr. NFL Analyst, Steven Cheah has 2-time Super Bowl Champion Chris Long in studio this week. Steven addresses #BurnerGate and talks with Willie about how Jamal Adams should feel about 'being shopped' at the trade deadline.Chris Long talks about getting drafted 2nd overall, his rookie dinner, how his Hall of Fame Dad, Howie Long didn't think he was athletic enough to play Defensive End, playing for a perennial loser, the importance of good quarterback play, opponents that gave him trouble, ring chasing, what is was like playing for the Patriots, leaving New England, sex robots, pain medication for NFL players, and more...
Jake and Vasilis are back in studio to break down what's been a very eventful last few weeks for the Ravens. They touch on Gerald McCoy's much hyped visit to the team, the pressers celebrating both Haloti Ngata and coach Brian Billick, and also take a look at some other news around the league and the division. Also included is the next installment in the AFC North positional rankings with TE being the focus this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ravens legend Haloti Ngata talks about playing elsewhere (7:05), the idea of being a Brown (9:45), playing with other defensive legends and his friendship with Terrell Suggs (14:08), hiking Kilimanjaro (20:28) and more.
We are 1 WEEK AWAY from our 100th episode!! On this weeks show, Fred and Scott get into another debate over the recent media take on Lamar Jackson. Are his struggles cause for concern this early on? Haloti Ngata will sign a one day contract, to retire with the Ravens. The guys talk about if he is a sure fire Ring of Honor candidate, or possibly Hall of Fame? The Orioles continue to struggle, but Fred just doesn’t care!! He is trying to get Scott to see the silver linings with this team. DJ Stewart gets the call up, as Chris Davis hits the IL. Former Terp, Steve Blake is in the running for an assistant coaching spot in the NBA. The guys think he would be a great fit as a coach. All this and more!!! Check it out!
What did vacationers find lounging in a particularly "meta" way in Miami recently? We #FinishThis on today's show because we'd rather not talk about the Yankees hitting 1,000 more home runs against the Orioles. When do you want to start seeing DJ Stewart and Keegan Akin and Ryan Mountcastle and Chance Sisco in Baltimore? Late in Hour 1, The Athletic's Patrick Stevens (@D1scourse) checks in to discuss whether replay could come to lacrosse and to preview the Final Four-can anyone stop Penn State? Early in Hour 2, the great Haloti Ngata checked in to discuss his retirement from the NFL, his favorite memories as a Raven and whether Defensive Tackles get enough respect. And we wrapped by chatting with Frederick Keys pitcher Blaine Knight-a former top Draft pick who is quickly ascending through the Orioles' organization.
The PTP podcast talks about the latest around the NFL including Tyreek Hill investigation, Kareem Hunt suspension, Haloti Ngata and Max Unger retiring from the league and more.
TK and Andrew welcome you to the start of the new NFL season by discussing Haloti Ngata’s retirement announcement, some changes on the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff, and break down the start of free agency with the losses of C.J. Mosley, Terrell Suggs, and Za’Darius Smith and additions of Mark Ingram and Earl Thomas.
Glenn used the start of today's show for a bit of therapy. He explains why baseball wasn't really his thing-well, frankly why most organized activities weren't. It explains a thing or two. Also-a man was seized in China after smuggling a boatload of what? And are you more concerned about wide receiver or pass rush when it comes to the Ravens? Late in Hour 1, PressBox's chief grand poobah Stan "The Fan" Charles joined us in studio for another round of "Five Words Or Less," discussing relevant sports figures like Haloti Ngata, Austin Hays and more-it turned into an odd argument about minor league pay. Weird. Late in Hour 2, CBS' Jerry Palm checked in to discuss both why he thinks the Terps got a favorable set-up BUT why he thinks they won't win a game.
A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal discuss Giants GM Dave Gettlemen’s explanation for trading Odell Beckham Jr. (7:17) before launching into news of the Dolphins signing Ryan Fitzpatrick (16:13), The Bengals cutting Vontaze Burfict (26:57) while re-signing Tyler Eifert (29:47), and Haloti Ngata announcing his retirement in an epic way (32:21). To close the show, the heroes chat about Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie coming out of retirement to play for the Redskins (41:54) and the Raiders releasing 3-time pro bowl tackle Donald Penn (47:29).
Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro discuss Haloti Ngata's unique retirement announcement. Golden Tate takes dollars over W's. A deep look at Malik Jackson's contract. Also, the guys grade the offseason moves the Eagles have made so far. And one move they wish the team made.
Two big topics today-Maryland is back in the NCAA Tournament. Are you...excited? Probably a bit more angst than excitement, right? Oh and Haloti Ngata retired from the NFL. Outside of the Hall of Famers, is there a greater player in Ravens history than Haloti? Early in the show, Big Ten Network & Yahoo! analyst/former Illinois & NBA guard Stephen Bardo checked in to discuss the opportunity ahead for Maryland-and to offer a significant defense of Mark Turgeon. Midway through Hour 2, our pal Glenn Younes joined us to discuss the Ngata and Maryland topics-plus what he in particular loves about the NCAA Tournament. At the top of Hour 2, "Chasing Glory" presented by Glory Days Grill. Towson women's basketball coach Diane Richardson checked in after the Tigers clinched their first ever NCAA Tournament berth by winning the CAA Tournament. And at the bottom of Hour 2, our weekly in studio visit with Booker Corrigan to talk the week in college lacrosse.
The world famous BBQ SHOW is on location in Minneapolis, Minnesota for King's Hawaiian "Super Luau" during the Super Bowl 52 festivities. @OnAirWithQ and @EdaMC1 sit down with past Superbowl Champs, HALOTI NGATA & ED MULITALO to talk about their experience at the big game and their advice to the current Polynesian players playing in Super Bowl 52. #FOLLOW us on IG at @OnAirWithQ @JoeSav100 @IslandBlockRadio @IslandBlockPodcast @IslandBlockTV @ShopIslandBlock @IslandBlockNetwork. #DOWNLOAD the @DashRadio App & Add the Island Block station to listen live 24/7 >http://www.dashradio.com/islandblock< #SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel at >www.youtube.com/islandblocktv< #PURCHASE our Island Block merch at >www.shopislandblock.com< #SUPPORT our Island Block Podcast Network at https://anchor.fm/islandblockpodcast/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/islandblockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/islandblockpodcast/support
The Eagles have the deepest defensive line group of any in the NFL. It was a pinnacle in the Super Bowl win last year for the Birds. Brandon Graham and Chris Long return. With Michael Bennett replacing Vinny Curry, Derek Barnett expected to take on a bigger role, and a young promising prospect in Josh Sweat, just how good can this line be? What about the interior? With Timmy Jernigan out for at least the first few weeks of the regular season, will Haloti Ngata and the young duo of Destiny Vaeao and Elijah Qualls step up? Jonny Page joins Louie to discuss and give their players and situations to watch as Eagles training camp continues! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's that time of the year…Eagles training camp has begun! Yes, the 2018 Eagles season is going to be starting before we know it. Coming off their championship run and beating the Falcons, Vikings and Patriots in the playoffs to become Super Bowl winners, the Eagles will be defending that title with new talent and players coming off of injury. We brought onboard this week Brandon Lee Gowton from BleedingGreenNation.com and the BGN Radio podcast to get into our 2018 Eagles training camp preview.But first, on the Brief news and views segment:1. Phillies Talk: the love for Utley, Alterr optioned, and Suarez takes the mound while Eickhoff gets ready to pitch. (5:00)2. Are the Sixers one of the big-5 to win the NBA Championship? (18:30)3. Villanova football looks to bounce back. (24:05)4. The dreaded NFL Preseason is upon us. (29:25)Then we get into our Up or Down segment where we briefly analyze Philly sports figures to determine if their needle is moving up or down. (35:15)What we're throwing down on the Table this week is an in-depth discussion with Brandon Lee Gowton from Bleeding Green Nation. He's been an amazing guest for over four years and continues to shed light on what we, as fans, can expect from the Eagles year after year. First, we got into the Eagles needing to check their ego at the door this season coming off their Super Bowl win. From there, we dove into the defense, and the defensive line first. What will Michael Bennett and Haloti Ngata bring to the equation. Meanwhile, Derek Barnett and Josh Sweat are still getting their feet wet. What will Sidney Jones' role be early and throughout the year? Might Carson Wentz actually play in the preseason? Plus a look at how important the Eagles special teams are moving forward. All of this and much more on the Table! (43:35)
As the Eagles Live Podcast continues to preview the Eagles, position by position, heading into Training Camp, we turn our attention toward the revamped defensive line. Veterans Michael Bennett and Haloti Ngata join an already-talented group up front for coordinator Jim Schwartz. Just how dominating can the D-line be? We’ve got it all here in the latest Eagles Live Podcast. Tune in NOW!
The Ringer’s Michael Lombardi and Tate Frazier break down the first day of NFL free agency and the whirlwind of personnel changes, including new destinations for Kirk Cousins, Case Keenum, Tyrod Taylor, DeShone Kizer, Haloti Ngata, Dion Lewis, Sammy Watkins, and many more.
Kyle and Russ recap the Sixers' loss to Indiana, sliding scales and getting overreacting (5:10), how Markelle Fultz could change everything (12:00), making a deep playoff run (16:00), the Eagles' addition of Haloti Ngata and the departures of Brent Celek, Trey Burton, and Beau Allen (21:15), why Jason Peters hasn't been released (27:45), beat writer gripes (38:30), site analytics (44:00), Phillies owner John Middleton flying with Jake Arrieta (46:50), takeaways from the Arrieta press conference (49:50), Scott Boras and metaphors (52:00), the Crossing Broad March Madness Bracket (58:20), and a review of a one-star reviewer's reviews. Please subscribe to Crossing Broadcast, leave a 5 star review, and follow us on Twitter: @CrossingBroad @JoyOnBroad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big Drew and Jim discuss Haloti Ngata’s injury and the impact it has on the Lions and P.J. Fleck’s apparent jab at Michigan. Also, Isaiah Thomas doesn’t want to talk to Danny Ainge anymore, and has Tom Izzo created a monster at MSU? Lastly, the guys talk people turning on the Lions in a week and proper etiquette when going to a friend’s house.
Busy show for Dery as he discusses the Haloti Ngata injury. Caraun Reid is back. #Lions and #Saints on Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Busy show for Dery as he discusses the Haloti Ngata injury. Caraun Reid is back. #Lions and #Saints on Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti offers full disclosure during a one-hour conference call with PSL Owners and the media sours it with tampering insinuations stemming from comments about Haloti Ngata.
The Ravens have tried their best to extend Lardarius Webb but the two sides can’t seem to reach what each believes is a fair deal. The Ravens likely see an injury prone corner who has declining skills and Webb’s representatives see a sea of green in the free agent market that is flush with cash and is, like Haloti Ngata was, unwilling to compromise.
Haloti Ngata isn’t the player that Ndamukong Suh is plus Haloti has 3 years on Suh. But that said, it could be argued that Ngata for the next 3 years could give a team about 70% of Suh’s production and someone could pay him handsomely if the Ravens cut ties with Ngata.
Haloti Ngata carries a $16M cap figure in 2015. That WILL change. Releasing him represents an $8.5M cap savings. Haloti had a solid season in 2015 but did not perform to the level of his contract and his is a position of strength for the Ravens. Will they part ways in 2015? The team seems to have the upper hand. More here...
Join us each week for The Overtime Podcast, the sports podcast that just had way too much going on. Each time, your hosts, Mark Viera and Mykal Dager, will run down the biggest sports news of the week and give their thoughts on them so that you can know what’s happening in the world of sports. Would you like to have your thoughts and opinions mentioned on the air? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org.Welcome back to The Overtime Podcast! This week was a packed show; so much so that it goes past the hour and delves in the around 75 minute mark. I just couldn’t cut anything out because all of what these guys were talking was very important to the topic at hand and trust me, you won’t mind listening to them for the extra 15 minutes. This week’s guest was Mark’s brother-in-law, Enrique Escarra, which you will see a lot more of on this blog because he will be joining us as a guest blogger. Enrique is an aspiring sports talk show host and has made spectator sports his life so we are pleased to welcome him to the team. The show started off this week with talk about Albert Pujols’ declining an 8 year contract with the Cardinals. They then moved on to the “Carmelo Anthony Sweepstakes” and try to figure out where he’ll end up going. Then a little talk about a few football players including Peyton Manning, Michael Vick, Vincent Jackson, Haloti Ngata, and more. Mark and Mike were very chatty after the break and we know how riled up these guys can get when it comes to picks. The entire second part was all about version 1.0 of the official NFL mock draft for The Overtime Podcast so if you want to know who they think is going to be the big players of the team be sure to listen to that. Music used: Cold Funk by Kevin Macleod during the intermission and Sax, Rock, and Roll by Kevin Macleod for the outro. Get the podcast:[iTunes] Subscribe to the show on iTunes[RSS] Subscribe to the show via RSS[MP3] Download the MP3 and listen to the show on any player.Or listen right here on the page:http://www.google.com/reader/ui/3523697345-audio-player.swf- Robert Estrada