Aaron Donald ends holdout, reports to Rams facility

Posted September 10, 2017

All of the expectations for the Rams offense has been overshadowed by the absence of Aaron Donald, but the sooner the problem is resolved the better things will be for both sides.

The Rams play the Indianapolis Colts in the opener on Sunday.

Donald has ended his holdout, showed up at the Rams' facility and took his physical according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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.

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Donald has no timetable to return to the field, but Los Angeles' front seven will welcome him back with open arms and eyes on the quarterback. The defensive tackle was absent for much of the Rams' offseason program, and then did not report to training camp as negotiations were ongoing.

Donald is widely regarded as one of the top defensive players in the league through his first three campaigns as he leads all defensive tackles with 28.0 sacks and 57.0 tackles for loss over that span.

So ends Donald's almost three-month-long hiatus. 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.

He is still playing under a rookie contract, and clearly felt that he deserved more. The Rams have converted to a new defensive scheme under Wade Phillips.