From the outset, the Aaron Donald contract holdout seemed a bit dubious. The longer it dragged on through OTAs, training camp and preseason games, the more equivocal it became.
That he finally returned early Saturday morning, just ahead of the Rams season opener Sunday against the Colts -- with no new deal in hand -- only adds to the puzzlement.
As in, what was all that for?
The Rams broke training camp at UC Irvine Thursday amid a report that Aaron Donald's holdout could extend into the regular season.
IRVINE — Five days into Rams training camp, focus turned to a former undrafted free agent and a sixth-round pick, neither of whom has played an NFL game. At least not yet. Dominique Easley, expected to start at defensive end, tore h...
Rams training camp has begun, and the team’s best player, Aaron Donald, is absent. So as the podcast returns from hiatus, host Ryan Kartje is back to break down everything we know about Donald’s contract negotiations and where every...
The Rams' nightmare scenario ended Saturday morning when star defensive lineman Aaron Donald ended his contract holdout and reported to the team, albeit without a new contract.