All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald has ended his holdout and rejoined the Rams in Los Angeles, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Despite two years remaining on his contract, the three time Pro Bowler felt he was underpaid and demanded the Rams restructure his contract. Donald and the Rams have been unable to reach in agreement in what has been reported as a messy situation on both sides. The two sides still haven’t reached an agreement, but Schefter is reporting that they will continue to work towards a deal.
Donald arrived at the Rams facility today and passed his physical, but will not be suiting up tomorrow against the Indianapolis Colts. Expect to see Donald back on the field in Week 2 when the Rams host the Washington Redskins.
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