Aaron Donald plays down Rams-Bengals feud

Aaron Donald plays down Rams-Bengals feud

Aaron Donald will not be punished by the NFL as the incident happened during practice and teams are responsible for disciplining their players in such cases.

Aaron Donalddefensive tackle Los Angeles Ramsplayed down a scuffle in which he brandished a helmet in an apparent attempt to attack the Cincinnati Bengals last Thursday, during a joint training session between the two teams that played in the last Super Bowl.

“It was just practice, it’s American football,” he said. donald in an interview for the next episode of “AP Pro Football Podcast”. “I don’t want to go back on anything negative about what happened or talk about anything that happened in training. my attention is on Buffalo”.

Named three-time AP Defensive Player of the Year and seven-time All-Pro, donald was knocked down after he violently waved a helmet at some players while others fought with their fists in the post-session pitched battle between the visitors Rams and the bengals.

When asked if he had discussed the incident with his teammates and the head coach of Rams, Sean McVayand if everything was fine, donald he just said, “Yeah.”

In 2019, Myles Garret of the Cleveland Browns he was suspended six games for using his helmet to hit the quarterback of the Pittsburgh SteelersMason Rudolphon the head in a regular season game.

donald will not be punished for NFL as the incident occurred during training and teams are responsible for disciplining their players in such cases.

The reigning champions of superbowl start the season next Thursday, receiving the Buffalo Bills. donald intends to play.

The 31-year-old defensive lineman hopes to help the Rams become the first team to win back-to-back championships since the patriots in 2003 and 2004.

“I just want to relive all of that, try to achieve it, be world champion again,” he said. “That’s the biggest motivation, I’m motivated to make it happen, because once you get there and see how you feel, you want to do it many times over. That’s the motivation, to go through it all again “.

The bone Rams restructured the contract donald in the offseason to give him a guaranteed contract worth $65 million over the next two seasons and $95 million through 2024.

donald, who had 12.5 sacks last season, isn’t stopping. He has taken steps to speed up his recovery and ensure that his body can continue to withstand the rigors of NFL.

“Being older, at 31, having the work ethic that I have, what I had to do best is recover and take care of my body,” he said. donald. “There is my attention. I have the work ethic and now make sure I have the recovery needed to play at a high level.

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