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Aaron Donald has already met a key requirement that will allow him to return to the Los Angeles Rams for another season.
While Aaron Donald could retire this weekend and already be a first-time voter in the Pro Football Hall of Famer, he has not completely ruled out the possibility that he may return to the Los Angeles Rams in 2022.
The best footballer in most of a decade now has a Super Bowl victory on his incredible resume. Anders would go into his 31-year season outside of Pitt if he agrees to continue playing for the Rams. He is under contract for the next three years and would not hit the NFL-free agency until 2025. Although he wants a few players left, he has his head coach in Sean McVay.
By having McVay back in the fold, the Rams are one step closer to Anders returning in 2022.
Sean McVay’s return will play a big role in Aaron Donald’s return in 2022
McVay had become rumored to be stepping away from the coaching job to embark on a lucrative career in a television stand. While he certainly would have electrified on TV, McVay is only in his mid-30s. He would have plenty of time to embark on a successful radio career in a decade or so, but he would earn him to keep training for old reasons.
As for Donald, he can only add to his living legend by playing. Even though he has nothing left to prove at the NFL level, why would he not play with his guys and as a head coach he has every faith in? Although he is under contract for the next three seasons, he feels that Anders will never wear another jersey in his professional career. Again, that would only add to his NFL legacy.
With one key requirement met for Donald, all pressure is on Les Snead to get key players signed.