Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata practiced again today and there are no ill effects from the shoulder that kept him out practice earlier this week.

"No," Ngata said. "Feel great."

Ngata is a man of few words. But after Week 1, he proved to be a man of many snaps. He played 53 snaps at San Diego, good for 67% of the defensive snaps. Only Tyrunn Walker played more snaps among Lions defensive linemen. Ngata said he was fine with that workload.

"I'm good," he said. "I don't know. Whatever. Whatever they need me to play. I felt pretty good and we'll just see how it goes this week."

Ngata wasn't spectacular but he was effective against the Chargers. He commanded lots of double teams that freed up Walker to pressure quarterback Philip Rivers.