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    Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)



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    The Baltimore Ravensí massive rookie defensive tackle has been schooled by nose guard Kelly Gregg on the finer points of run-stuffing, and how to occupy blockers to clear a path for inside linebackers Ray Lewis and Bart Scott. Defensive line coach Clarence Brooks has constantly drilled the first-round draft pick from Oregon on how to use his hands to shed blocks, and to resist his natural tendency to bull straight ahead with his helmet and shoulder pads.

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    Re: Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)

    And a hell of a job its been.




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    Re: Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)

    The reason why Ozzie is the man...




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    Re: Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)

    Ngata is a great building block to keep our tradition of stopping the run for a long time.




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    Re: Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)

    Like many of our acquisitions in the last couple of years, he also comes across as 100% class.
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    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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    Re: Ngata learning quickly on the job (A.Wilson)

    He is certainly one of the unsung heros on the team.




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