Ngata didn’t know the severity of his knee injury after the Super Bowl.
“Doctors don’t really know if any ligaments are torn or anything,” Ngata told Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. “We’ll definitely see when we get back to Baltimore.”
Ngata will undergo an MRI on Monday, according to Pro Football Talk. As Boston fans saw recently with Rajon Rondo, sometimes the severity of a knee injury can’t be determined until the MRI results come through. Rondo played two overtime periods on a torn ACL.
If ligaments are torn in Ngata’s knee, he would likely miss part of training camp at least. Unless, of course, he can get his hands on some deer antler spray.