Aaron Donald

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Future First-Ballot Hall Of Famer Aaron Donald Calls it A Career
2 months ago

Future Hall Of Famer Aaron Donald retires after 10 seasons with the Rams

The most dominant defensive lineman of his generation, and arguably of all time, has announced his retirement after an illustrious 10-year career.


He has won three Defensive Player of the Year awards, achieved eight All-Pro Honors, and earned 10 Pro Bowl selections. In 2014, he was named Defensive Rookie of the Year and in 2022, he won a Super Bowl with the Rams. Donald has been contemplating retirement since winning the Super Bowl, so this news may not be a surprise to some.


Despite being smaller than many top defensive tackles, Donald utilized his exceptional athleticism and game intelligence to cause chaos for offenses throughout his career. He was a foundation piece to every team he has been a part of, often drawing double-teams away from his teammates, yet still managing to record a franchise record of 111 sacks as a defensive tackle, which is third in the NFL among active players.


One of the greatest defensive players to ever play the game of football. Donald is certain to be a first-ballot hall of famer when he becomes eligible for Canton.

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Carson Wentz to make his Rams debut
5 months ago

The Rams will start Carson Wentz in week 18, giving Matthew Stafford a rest before playing in the playoffs.

Carson Wentz is going to play his first game for the Rams against the 49ers in week 18. The Rams have already booked their place in the playoffs and have decided to rest their starting quarterback, Matthew Stafford to prepare for the playoffs.

The last time Carson Wentz played in an NFL game was when he was with the Commanders in Week 17 over a year ago. It’s uncertain what his current form is like. However, he might have a chance to show his skills as the San Francisco 49ers have clinched the number one seed in the NFC and might rest some of their key players. This could make it somewhat easier for Wentz to put up a good performance against the 49ers’ defense.

It is expected that Kyren Williams, Cooper Kupp, and Aaron Donald, among other notable stars, that will not play in week 18 for the Rams.