Haloti Ngata: 'I'm focused on my own game'

Baltimore's Haloti Ngata talks to the press on Super Bowl Media Day on January 29, 2013
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Haloti Ngata wants to focus on his own game rather than taking on too many jobs in the Baltimore Ravens' defensive line.

Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata has insisted that it is important for him to concentrate on his own game and not try to do the work of his teammates.

Ngata said that as one of the senior members of the defensive line it would not do the team any good if he were to take on too much in each play.

"[Being a senior player] can also be a trap, because you don't want to do too much to where you're doing two jobs instead of trying to do your own job," he told the club's official website. "I just try to be more dominant in my position instead of trying to do too much.

"[My elbow injury has] been good so far. I feel better in the fourth quarter than I did last year, just because playing end I think tires me out more than being inside. So, I definitely feel stronger in the fourth quarter."

Ngata has played for the Ravens since being drafted in 2006.

Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata reacts after sacking Andy Dalton on September 10, 2012
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