The Eagles' defensive line continues to improve and look more menacing as the team looks to defend their Super Bowl championship.
Good luck, National Football League offensive lines.
Ngata has compiled 31.5 sacks during his 13-year career with the Lions and Baltimore Ravens.
After spending most of his career as one of the league's best interior defensive linemen in a 3-4 defense with the Baltimore Ravens, he transitioned to a 4-3 with the Lions past year. The Eagles have added another weapon to their defensive line.
The Eagles are also expected to sign former Denver Broncos linebacker Corey Nelson to a one-year deal worth $2.25 million, according to multiple reports.
Ngata had spent the last three seasons in Detroit. Before the 2017 season, Ngata went to the The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute in Brighton, Michigan, for an examination before deciding to play. He started the first five games of the season, but suffered a torn biceps in Week 5 and finished the season on injured reserve.
That said, Ngata can still be a solid early-down gap-clogger who specializes in stuffing the run. He is a five-time Pro Bowler, two-time All-Pro selection and a Super Bowl champion with the Ravens.