SJ - June 6, 2022
It doesn't look like Aaron Donald is headed for retirement. The Rams re-worked the remaining three years on his deal and made him a very wealthy man.
The new re-worked deal adds $40 million to his three years and makes him the first non-quarterback to eclipse to $30 million per year mark. Not a bad way to cap off a Super Bowl run.
In an unprecedented move, no new years were added and he makes $65M by 2023 and $95M by 2024. He is now the first non-qb to eclipse $30M per year. Deal negotiated by Todd France of Athletes First which now represents the highest paid offensive and defensive player in the NFL. https://t.co/Gsq6lYCQmV
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 6, 2022
The Rams just print money. Where is it all coming from and how do they have enough to go around? Don't worry about it that's how.
Maybe they turned off the salary cap. As long as they keep adding trips to the Super Bowl it doesn't matter.
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