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MM 3.16: Former Terp Yannick Ngakoue agrees to terms with Las Vegas Raiders

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Former Maryland pass-rusher Yannick Ngakoue is heading to a new NFL team.

Ngakoue has agreed to a two-year deal worth $26 million with the Las Vegas Raiders, according to multiple reports Monday.

After being drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2016, this will be Ngakoue’s fourth team in only his seventh year.

Ngakoue started last season with the Minnesota Vikings before being traded halfway through the regular season to the Baltimore Ravens. Ngakoue’s stat line with both teams included four forced fumbles, eight sacks, and 11 tackles for loss.

Ngakoue reunites with his old defensive coordinator from the Jaguars, Gus Bradley, on a team that desperately needs a pass rush presence.

In Other News

Maryland women’s basketball earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament for the eighth time.

Selection Sunday for the Maryland men’s basketball team was extra special this year.

The Maryland softball team finished 3-3 this past weekend down in Florida. Ben recaps all the action here.

Here’s how the women’s basketball team reacted to earning the No. 2 seed on Selection Monday.

Here are some other notes from Selection Monday.

The men’s basketball team hotel is coincidentally staying on the corner of Maryland street in Indianapolis.

Maryland baseball shortstop Ben Cowles had a stellar stat-line against Rutgers this past weekend.

Maryland men’s soccer continues to leave its stamp on the U.S. National Team.