Ravens’ Haloti Ngata Suspended for Rest of Regular Season

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Haloti Ngata
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In the latest edition of a Baltimore athlete getting suspended for Adderall, Ravens’ defensive lineman Haloti Ngata was suspended for four games, the team announced.

The perennial Pro-Bowl tackle admitted to taking adderall, and violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

The 330-pounder is the center of the Ravens’ fourth rated run defense. He’s also racked up two sacks, two interceptions and seven batted passes this year. He is eligible to re-join the team after the regular season is over. So, he will only return this year if the Ravens make the playoffs.

“I made a mistake, and I own this,” Ngata said in a statement. “I took Adderall and take full responsibility for doing this.

The Ravens will likely turn to Timothy Jernigan, who was late to a meeting because he was building a snowman.



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