Rams, Donald finalize 6-year extension worth reported $135M

Rams, Donald finalize 6-year extension worth reported $135M

The deal is worth $135 million, including $87 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, making it the richest contract for a defensive player in National Football League history.

After agreeing to terms on a six-year, $135 million contract with the Los Angeles Rams, Donald put pen to paper.

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After weeks of increased optimism, increased dialogue and being in the same zip code, the Los Angeles Rams and defensive tackle Aaron Donald are finally in the same house. He will now play on a deal worth more than $22 million per year, and he certainly earned every penny. But while there didn't appear to be much progress heading into August, they've made a lot of progress over the past few weeks as several reports came out that Donald and the Rams were closing in on a deal. He has been one of the most dominant defensive players since he came into the league in 2014. Over the last four years, he only missed two games and recorded 39 sacks - leading all interior lineman in that span.

Second, Donald's extension means the reigning Associated Press defensive player of the year will be on the field for the Rams in Week 1. Donald is already under contract this season for $6.89 million. On a national Monday Night Football broadcast, trying.

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