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LA Rams’ Aaron Donald might retire following Super Bowl win

LA Rams’ Aaron Donald might retire following Super Bowl win

  • Rams
Feb 15
SW Creative
  • SportsWriters

After the Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl on Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals, discussion began around the possibility of Rams’ defensive tackle Aaron Donald opting for retirement.

Donald’s retirement after winning the Super Bowl was even brought up by NBC’s Rodney Harrison during the pre-game broadcast.

“He doesn’t want to be known as a defender that accomplished so many individual things and never won a Super Bowl,” Harrison said. “But he also told me this: If he wins a Super Bowl, there’s a strong possibility he could walk away from the game and retire.”

Donald never addressed or even mentioned any words about retirement though. When asked about it, Donald responded that he is enjoying the game with his fellow teammates.

“I’m in the moment. I’m just going to enjoy right now with these guys,” Donald said. “My kids (are coming) on the field. This is a promise I made to my daughter when she was five. We’re going to play in the confetti for a minute and live in the moment.”

If the 30-year-old does part ways with the Rams, his goodbye would be a great loss for the franchise.

He is one of the most dominant defenders and his defensive play stalled the Bengals’ offense drives in the second half of the Super Bowl.

  • Aaron Donald

    Aaron Charles Donald is an American football defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League . He played college football at Pittsburgh,

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  • Los Angeles Rams

    The Los Angeles Rams are a professional American football team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

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