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Fantasy News

  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Agrees to contract restructure

    The Rams and Donald have agreed to a restructured deal that is in line to make him the highest-paid non-QB in league history, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports. Per the report, while no new years were added to the star defensive lineman's contract, the agreement guarantees Donald $65 million over the next two seasons and $95 million through the 2024 campaign. The 31-year-old is coming off a 2021 season in which he recorded 12.5 sacks and a career-high 84 tackles in 17 games. Now that he's come to terms with the Rams, the 2014 first-rounder remains entrenched as a key pillar up front on defense for the franchise.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Expected at mandatory minicamp

    Donald is expected to be present at mandatory minicamp early next week, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. Donald has been floating the idea of retirement all offseason after the Rams won Super Bowl 56 in February, but head coach Sean McVay is planning on the star defensive tackle being back at mandatory minicamp next week. The 31-year-old posted 12.5 sacks while notching a career-high 84 tackles last season, also adding four forced fumbles and four pass deflections over 17 games.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Lives in backfield

    Donald recorded five tackles, three tackles for a loss, one sack and one forced fumble in Sunday's 30-23 win over Minnesota. Donald disrupted Minnesota's offense throughout the game. He stopped Alexander Mattison and Kene Nwangwu in the backfield on a combined three plays for a total of -7 yards. Donald also made life difficult for Kirk Cousins, sacking him and also causing a fumble late in the fourth quarter to stall a key drive. Donald has now recorded exactly five tackles in each of his last four games, but he's also recorded six sacks and forced two fumbles in that span.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Full practice, ready for Tuesday

    Donald (knee) was listed as full on Sunday's injury report, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Donald kicked off Week 15 prep with DNP next to his name Wednesday, but he bumped up to limited Thursday through Saturday. Now with a full session behind him, he's good to go for Tuesday's rescheduled game versus the Seahawks. Indeed, Donald told Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com earlier Sunday that he's dealing with "normal aches and pains," but he's "refreshed" heading into the stretch run of the season.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Adds to sack total

    Donald had five tackles (one solo), a sack and a forced fumble during Sunday's 37-7 win against the Jaguars. Donald stripped James Robinson on Jacksonville's first offensive series and also added two half-sacks later in the contest. The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year had 56 tackles (21 solo), seven sacks, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles in 12 games this season.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Gets in limited practice

    Donald (knee) was limited in Thursday's practice, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Donald did not participate in Wednesday's practice due to a knee issue that he picked up in Week 5. However, his return to practice in limited fashion Thursday suggests that he will be fine for the team's matchup against the Giants on Sunday. Unsurprisingly, Donald has been a key force for the Rams' defense, racking up 24 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble through five contests.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Managing knee issue

    Donald didn't participate at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury and is considered day-to-day, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Donald is apparently dealing with some swelling after banging his knee during last Thursday's win over the Seahawks, though he still ended up playing 93 percent of the defensive snaps. It's not believed to be a serious issue, and the 30-year-old is expected to be ready to go for Sunday's game against the Giants.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Another solid performance

    Donald registered seven tackles and one sack during Thursday's 26-17 win over the Seahawks. Donald has 24 tackles and three sacks through the first five games of the season. The 30-year-old is on pace for his fifth straight double-digit sack campaign and remains a strong option in any IDP league that utilizes a DL spot.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Cleared for Saturday

    Donald (ribs) doesn't have an injury designation for Saturday's game in Green Bay, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Once X-rays came back negative, there was never much doubt Donald would play. He said Wednesday that he doesn't have any pain, and while that might not technically be true, he'll likely aim for his usual three-down role Saturday afternoon in Green Bay. The superstar pass rusher had two sacks and three QB hits last week against Seattle, despite the rib injury limiting him to season-low 47 percent snap share.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Listed as non-participant

    Donald (ribs) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's practice estimate, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Donald suffered this injury during the wild-card win over the Seahawks. The All-Pro defensive lineman is officially considered day-to-day, and head coach Sean McVay said Sunday that he's expected to play in the NFC divisional round against the Packers, per Stu Jackson of the team's official site. Nevertheless, it's worth monitoring as the week progresses because the Rams' defense loses its identity without Donald in the fold.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Unlikely to return Saturday

    Donald was forced out of Saturday's wild-card game against the Seahawks with a rib injury, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Donald is considered doubtful to return after leaving in the third quarter. Prior to his exit, Donald was dominant as usual, putting up two sacks and three quarterback hits. He hasn't missed a game since the 2017 season. The Rams should provide a more detailed update on Donald's injury following Saturday's game. The perennial All Pro posted 45 tackles, 13.5 sacks and four forced fumbles during the regular season.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Reaches 10 sacks

    Donald recorded five tackles (four solo), including one sack and an additional tackle for loss, and one defensed one pass Sunday against the 49ers. Donald brought down Nick Mullens for his league-leading 10th sack of the 2020 season, but the Rams would fall 23-20. Despite an unfriendly outcome for his team, Donald was able to snap a two-game tackle-less streak prior with his performance. Through 11 contests, he's tallied 31 tackles (19 solo), four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery to go with 10 sacks.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Held without sack in loss

    Donald recorded three tackles (one solo) in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. Donald had gone without a sack just once over his last eight games. He'll try to get to the quarterback next in Week 16 against the 49ers, against whom he produced two sacks in Week 6.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Notches fourth sack

    Donald registered two solo takcles, a sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 37-10 win over the Falcons. Donald continues to be a pass-rushing menace, but he's going to fall well short of the 20 sacks he recorded last year, as Donald has just four sacks so far. Drawing plenty of double teams is one of the main reasons he's seeing regression in his sack total, not to mention his 2018 total was simply monstrous. Donald has a good shot to add to his tally in Week 8 against the Bengals, as Andy Dalton has been dropped 24 times in seven games.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Big-time stopper

    Donald finished with seven tackles, four for loss, as well as a pair of sacks in Sunday's loss to the undefeated 49ers. Donald has managed only three sacks through six weeks, putting him well short of the pace required to match last season's sack total (20.5). The Rams' primary disruptor is doing all he can to slow down opposing teams, but Donald needs his teammates to perform better behind him if they're to get back in the win column next Sunday in Atlanta.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Sack in win

    Donald recorded four tackles (three solo) and a sack across 66 snaps in Sunday's win over the Browns. Donald was questionable during the week due to a back injury he suffered in Week 2's win over the Saints but ultimately was able to suit up, keeping intact the consecutive-game streak that spans the entirety of his career. He made his impact felt throughout the contest, as he recorded his first sack of the season.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Limited Wednesday

    Donald (back) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Donald was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Saints with a back injury but ultimately was able to return and finish things out. It's likely the Rams are just being cautious with their defensive star, but his status is still worth monitoring throughout the week.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Contained by Panthers

    Donald was held to just a single tackle during Sunday's 30-27 win over Carolina. He was on the field for 56 of 67 defensive snaps. Considering he sat out the entire preseason, it's understandable that Donald didn't hit the ground running in Week 1. Expect a rebound showing against New Orleans this week from the former Defensive Player of the Year. He's coming off a dominant campaign consisting of 20.5 sacks and 59 tackles (41 solo), after all.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Breaking records

    Donald recorded seven tackles and three sacks during Sunday's victory over Arizona. It was a historic night on multiple fronts for the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, who is now up to 19.5 sacks on the season. Not only did Donald's second sack of the night vault him past former Vikings defensive tackle Keith Millard (18 sacks) for the all-time record at the position, but his third sack pushed him past Robert Quinn for the Rams' single-season sack record of 19 that Quinn set in 2013. All in all, this was nothing short of a vintage performance from one of the league's very best players that effectively showcased his single-game upside in all IDP formats.
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  • Rams' Aaron Donald: Another two-sack performance

    Donald totaled four tackles, including two sacks and two forced fumbles during Monday's 54-51 win over the Chiefs. Though Donald and the Rams defense allowed 51 points to the Chiefs, Donald made his presence known, as he continued his dominance. His two sacks elevated his total to an NFL-high 14.5, while one of his forced fumbles was returned for a crucial touchdown. He's well on his way to winning another Defensive Player of the Year award, and he'll look to make his case even stronger after the Rams return from their bye week.
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