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Tagged: Aaron Donald (28 Results)

Factoid: T.J. Watt

The NFL handed out its 2020 awards last night, a fairly dull affair with taped messages from players and (obviously) no cheering fans. There was nothing particularly surprising with most of the results, but there was some controversy, if you asked J.J. Watt.   more »

Feb
4

Rams DT Donald says he was “shocked” by trade

Los Angeles Rams star defensive tackle AARON DONALD said this week that he was “shocked” to hear about his team sending quarterback JARED GOFF to the Detroit Lions in exchange forMore MATTHEW STAFFORD. Donald said that Stafford is a “great quarterback”, while also adding that Goff would be his “brother forever”. The Rams made it to the Super Bowl with Goff running the offense and Donald leading the defense, but the team ultimately did not think that combo would get them back to that level. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
14

Rams DT Donald one tough cookie

Los Angeles star defensive lineman AARON DONALD suffered a painful rib injury that limited him significantly in Saturday’s win over the Seattle Seahawks. Heading into this weekend’s playoff game against theMore Green Bay Packers, Donald said that he feels healthy and that he has no pain. Donald added that he is not worried about the injury and that he will be ready for Saturday’s game. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
13

Rams QB Goff progressing ahead of Saturday playoff game

Los Angeles Rams quarterback JARED GOFF is trending in the right direction leading up to Saturday’s playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. Goff is still recovering from thumb surgery, butMore he was listed as a full participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report. Meanwhile, fellow quarterback JOHN WOLFORD (neck), wideout COOPER KUPP (knee), and defensive star AARON DONALD (ribs) all remain day-to-day and would not have practiced if the Rams held a normal practice session. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jan
12

Key Rams players day-to-day

Los Angeles Rams quarterback JOHN WOLFORD (stinger), wide receiver COOPER KUPP (bursitis), and star defensive lineman AARON DONALD (rib) are all considered “day-to-day” following injuries sustained in the team’s win overMore the Seattle Seahawks last weekend. Head coach Sean McVay again said that he will not name a starting quarterback for Saturday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. JARED GOFF came on in relief of an injured Wolford against Seattle, but Goff is still recovering from a thumb injury of his own. Less

Source: Team Website

Fantasy News: Playoff defenses

Looking at the upcoming games, I don’t see a defense that looks particularly likely to put up big numbers. There are some good ones left, but it’s tough getting many chances to make plays against most of the quarterbacks left in the tournament.  more »

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Jan
8

Seahawks RB Carson ready to roll vs. Rams

Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer thinks that running back CHRIS CARSON looks healthy and ready to roll heading into Saturday’s playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams. Carson could beMore a key to the Seahawks slowing down Rams defensive star AARON DONALD, who has 13 sacks of RUSSELL WILSON in 14 career games against Seattle. Schottenheimer also indicated that Carson could be used heavily in the passing game against the Rams, much as he was at the start of the regular season. Less

Source: Tacoma News-Tribune

Factoid: Los Angeles defense

For this upcoming weekend, the Los Angeles defense looks better than I would expect. It’s on the road against one of the league’s elite quarterbacks (Russell Wilson) but it’s been able to have some success against him. A lot of success, in fact.  more »

Nov
27

Ravens place center on injured reserve

The Baltimore Ravens placed center MATT SKURA on injured reserve with a knee injury that will end his 2019 season. Undrafted rookie center PATRICK MEKARI will take over for Skura. MekariMore came into Monday night’s game and was part of an offensive line that held NFL Defensive Player of the Year AARON DONALD to just one assisted tackle in the game. Less

Source: Team Website

Sep
16

Brees injures hand, set to see specialist

New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES injured his thumb in Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams and will meet with a hand specialist for further evaluation. Brees suffered the injury midwayMore through the first quarter in a collision with Rams defensive lineman AARON DONALD. Backup quarterback TEDDY BRIDGEWATER replaced Brees, who was not able to return to the game after the injury. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Oct
31

Rams add Fowler, improve defense

The Los Angeles Rams acquired edge rusher DANTE FOWLER from the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday. Fowler, the No. 3 overall pick in 2015, has not lived up to expectations in Jacksonville but he joins a defensive front in Los Angeles that includes AARON DONALD, NDAMUKONG SUH, and MICHAEL BROCKERS.

Source: NBC Sports

Scheduletron: Trouble for Rams defense?

Somebody asked last week about strength of schedule for defenses, and I wanted to hit that while I had a minute. It’s one way to potential think about adding or subtracting defenses from your fantasy roster.   more »

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Sep
1

Rams, Donald finally agree to contract extension

The Los Angeles Rams and star defensive tackle AARON DONALD finally agreed to a contract extension on Friday. The Rams gave Donald the richest contract for a defensive player in NFL history. The six-year extension will also keep him with the team for the foreseeable future.

Source: Los Angeles Times

Aug
13

Talks between Rams, Donald coming along

Los Angeles Rams star defensive end AARON DONALD and the team are reportedly progressing in contract talks. Head coach Sean McVay said recently that the two sides are talking more andMore that there is a good feeling around the increased dialogue. Donald has been holding out since last offseason, skipping all of training camp up to this point. Less

Source: USA Today

Jul
26

Rams DL Donald skips camp, agent “insulted” by latest offer

Los Angeles Rams star defensive lineman AARON DONALD did not report to training camp with the rest of the team as he continues to hold out for a new contract. Donald’sMore agent reportedly said he was “insulted” by the Rams’ latest offer to his client. It sounds like this one could last a while. Less

Source: Team Blog

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