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Aaron Donald ends holdout, won't play in Rams opener

10 September 2017

Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald has reported to the Rams' facility and has passed his physical according to Pro Football Talk.

Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app. The exemption would allow Donald to be paid while not forcing the Rams to cut someone else to get down to 53 players.

"He is not ruled out, but right now he's not here", Rams coach Sean McVay told TheRams.com.

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There is no deal in place between Donald and the Rams at this time, but the team says the two sides are working to "reach a solution" on an extension.

However, Donald would like a long-term contract to reflect his consistent dominance.

The holdout for Donald ends without a contract, which means it could be tough for the Rams to keep the defensive tackle when his rookie deal expires. Give Donald a few practice sessions and it won't be long until he's getting after quarterbacks and blowing up plays in the backfield as one of the best defenders in the NFL. Although he has returned to the team, he will not play in the season opener on Sunday afternoon against the Indianapolis Colts.

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Donald is among the top defensive players in the sport, recording 28 sacks in three seasons and earning a reputation as both an elite pass-rusher and run-stopper.

Tanzel Smart, a rookie sixth-rounder out of Tulane, is listed as the starter in Donald's position on the Rams' Week 1 depth chart.

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Aaron Donald ends holdout, won't play in Rams opener