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im guessing the ravens are not to happy about this cause now Haloti Ngata, is going to want at lest 12 or 13 million to sign a long term deal
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I can only assume it's the money that's making him want to stay there. Not that I'm one of those homers who believes anyone who ever played for NE is nutz to want to play anywhere else, but why would anyone who had a choice want to stay in Oakland, maybe even end their career there?
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cept ngata would be a NT in a 3-4 , not a DT which seymour is (a DT in a 4-3, a DE in a 3-4)
can't compare the two really
Ngata plays DE in Baltimore's 3-4, and Seymour could play the 3-4 NT if required. He has the strength to do it; it would just be a waste of his height, length and athleticism. IMO Ngata and Seymour are plenty comparable, in that they're two of the only examples of the rare type of player who can play any position on a 3-4 line.