During Sunday’s wildcard rounds, Los Angeles Rams superstar Aaron Donald appeared to have signaled his retirement from the NFL.
Donald changed his bio to “former NFL D linemen for the Rams” on Twitter, leading people to believe he was retiring.
However, he quickly removed the word “former” from his bio, clarifying that he would still play in the league. This strange behavior of Donald surprised many.
Here’s how social media reacted to Donald’s actions:
Caution: Tweets contain the use of expletives.
Despite all the circus shows surrounding the Los Angeles Rams, both Aaron Donald and Sean McVay will be back for next season. Matthew Stafford has previously said he is not retiring and is motivated to be back next season.
The Rams are the reigning Super Bowl champions, but this season hasn’t gone well for them. Hopefully next season they can make some moves and become contenders again.
Aaron Donald has had a tough season
As previously mentioned, it was a game-changing season for the reigning Super Bowl champion. They lost Cooper Kupp, Aaron Donald and Matthew Stafford to injuries for most of the season.
Donald, who doesn’t usually appear on IR, has played in just 11 games this season, recording 27 solo tackles, 22 assists, 5.0 sacks and one fumble recovery.
The Rams finished with a miserable 5-12 record, with the future of all their star players up in the air. After Sean McVay made it clear he’ll be back next season, we expect the core of the Rams to be in Los Angeles next season.
While there have been rumors that the Rams may sell Jalen Ramsey in exchange for draft compensation, that now seems unlikely. McVay will look to hold on to Stafford, Kupp, Donald, Ramsey and Wagner to remain a star-studded team.
They will likely move more in the off-season as they still need improvement. As seen in the past, the Rams have been ultra-aggressive in the market and will likely continue that trend.
https://www.sportskeeda.com/nfl/news-aaron-donald-gets-clowned-nfl-fans-throwing-diva-like-retirement-fit?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sportskeeda Aaron Donald is being mocked by NFL fans for his diva-like retirement