Aaron Donald was the best defensive player in the NFL for most of his career. 

He has accomplished everything that a player could hope in eight years

Winning the defensive player of the year three times, being appointed seven years in a row

Winning a super bowl and leading the league in bags once. These achievements explain exactly

the reason why he agreed to retire after "only" eight seasons and always within the framework of his career.

After winning the Super Bowl LVI, Donald checked this last box on his CV and is already a future hall of Famer of the first Pallot.

This puts the rams in a difficult situation because Donald wants a new contract, and if he does not get 

the increase he deserves, he will simply move away from the game and spend more time with his family.

"This is not a question of money. It is a company in the end," said Donald on the podcast "I am athlete." 

"This is what you have to see. For me, it's about winning. I don't want to play football if I can't win anyway

so I have the impression that if I have a A real opportunity to win another Super Bowl

so it makes sense to play. But again, it's always a business. We have to manage the commercial side of things

And if it shouldn't be managed, you know, This is what it is "the type of situation. I am well despite everything.

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