Los Angeles Rams Blog: Aaron Donald’s extended has Los Angeles Rams eyeing another Super Bowl Ring

LOS ANGELES — Defensive tackle Aaron Donald It will be the highest-paid non-quarterback For the second time in his life, he is in the NFL. Sean McVay, Donald's coach, is thrilled to be paid and continue his career with The NFL Los Angeles Rams.

McVay stated Monday afternoon that McVay has earned it. He is truly one of one, in my opinion. This means so much for me and our team. He has earned the respect of many in this league for his accomplishments. His eight-year career has been a remarkable success story.

“[We] We wanted to be able find a way to get him taken care of and have him continue to lead our team's defense. It was trending in the right directions when he was at our wedding on Saturday night.

Donald has been the face for the franchise since it moved from St. Louis, Missouri to Los Angeles. The Rams have reworked his contract to give Donald the chance to end his career and possibly win another Super Bowl. Donald will be able to finish his career with the Rams and possibly win another Super Bowl. a $40 million raise over the final three years of his existing contractAccording to sources, he is the first nonquarterback to surpass $30 million per year, according ESPN's Adam Schefter. Schefter was told by sources that the contract allows Donald to either retire or return for the 2024 seasons for an additional $30million guaranteed.

Donald's résumé seems endless: Three Defensive Player of the Year awards, Defensive Rookie of the Year, first team All-Pro for seven straight seasons. Now, a Super Bowl ring.

Donald has more than 100 more pass rush wins than anyone else in the NFL over the past five seasons, despite being double teamed at the highest rate in the NFL, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Donald's double team rate is unmatched by anyone else on the pass rush victory leaderboard.

Donald was a big man when it really mattered. He had two sacks in his win against the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl and his nine pass rush wins in that game are tied for the most by any player in a Super Bowl since that stat became available during the 2017 season, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

“[He is] McVay described McVay as “the epitome” of what you are looking for. His way of doing things. His routine and rhythm. He is a football player. His ability to communicate. His ability to inspire others. This is where I think he really took a leap, where this man is so complete. There were some moments when Aaron was vocal, especially during the playoff run.

“And it's not an error that I believe that our team was capable of doing that with him, as a big and big piece of the puzzle of what was right around the 2021 Rams.”

Donald's deal was renegotiated by the Rams, ensuring they are at the top for Super Bowl-contesting teams. The Rams began minicamp on Tuesday, and Donald officially resigned after considering retirement. They now aim to be the first team in history to win back-toback Super Bowls.

McVay stated, “We don’t really talk about repetition.” It's “Hey, be your best version of 2022.”

“We are not defending anything. We are all at 0-0 going into this season. Last year's experience has taught us that it will be even more difficult. “… You must always be open to change, and you have to be able adapt to new situations.”

Donald signed his contract shortly after which the Rams posted a clip in which the pass-rusher said, “I'm locked down.” Let's find another ring. We don't have to do this!

McVay, the Rams and Donald are confident that they will be the Super Bowl's top contenders.

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