• Ngata taking it slow this offseason as he recovers from knee sprain

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jun 12, 2013
    “Playing defensive end, it’s too much space for me,” Ngata said Tuesday evening. “I like the guys around me.” As a result, Ngata resumed running two to three weeks ago. However, training camp is still about a month and a half away and Ravens head coach John Harbaugh believes that Ngata is "right where he needs to be." "He's in good shape. He's fine," Harbaugh said. "… It looks to me like he's had a good offseason and he's right on schedule." Several players are practicing on a limited basis, including cornerback Lardarius Webb , linebackers Arthur Brown , Jameel McClain and Albert McClellan and wide receiver Marlon Brown .
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      Safety didn't finish Tuesday's practiceFor the second consecutive day, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was a limited participant at a mandatory minicamp.
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      The difference between lining up over left tackle and the left shoulder of the left guard may not seem vast, but Haloti Ngata admits he felt lost in space when asked to play the five-technique defensive end position in 2012.

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