Haloti Ngata Announces Retirement From The Top Of Mount Kilimanjaro

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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro was part of the recent annual trek organized by Chris Long's Waterboys foundation, created to help Africa manage its water problems, and that became the flawless time and place for Ngata's announcement.

"Thank you Lord for letting me play the game I love for 13 unforgettable years", he continued. He was named an NFL All-Pro twice. I'm retiring on top.

The former Lions defensive tackle posted a photo of him from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, holding a banner that said, "I'm retiring from the National Football League on top", noting he was almost 20,000 feet in the air.

Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata knew how to make a statement on the field.

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Ngata went on social media to reveal his retirement plans, saying "I might be finished playing football, but I'm holding tight to the friendships, memories and wisdom I've gained along the way".

Ngata was an extremely durable presence, playing in 135 of a possible 144 games over that nine-year span, recording an average of 52 tackles (six for loss), eight quarterback hits, three sacks, and three passes deflected per season. "Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it". The former Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman chose to hang up his cleats after 13 years in the league, which also included stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions.

Ngata was drafted by the Ravens in the first round of the 2006 draft.