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Aaron Donald and Jared Goff were teammates for five years in Los Angeles, helping lead the Rams to two division titles, three playoff appearances and one Super Bowl bid. Now, they're set to square off as opponents, with Donald and the Rams hosting Goff and the Lions on Sunday. L.A. is still rolling at 5-1, while Detroit has yet to find a win through six games. But that doesn't mean Donald will have mercy on his old companion, telling reporters this week he's "coming after" Goff in Week 7.

"It ain't going to be weird at all," Donald said with a laugh, per the Los Angeles Times. "I told him, 'Get ready.' I told him I'm going to be coming after him, so he knows what it is."

To be clear, Donald and Goff are on good terms. The former said he's already exchanged texts with the ex-Rams quarterback this week, "cracking jokes here and there." But he's got a job to do: "I'm going to go out there, fly around try to make my plays when they present themselves. Hopefully I get to him a couple times."

And Goff's response?

"He said something funny back," Donald said, per the Times, "but that's between us."

Earlier in the week, Goff was nothing but complimentary of Donald, who's logged 3.5 sacks in six games a year after winning Defensive Player of the Year honors, saying the defensive lineman is "a Hall of Fame talent, but he's also a Hall of Fame worker, a person, a player, and kind of just competing against him every day for five years, he put it on display every day."

The Rams and Lions kick off on Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET.