After all, he has nothing left to prove after eight seasons in the NFL.
Likewise, the former Pitt Panther has done enough to cement his place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
It’s hard to overlook three Defensive Player of the Year honors and seven First-Team All-Pro selections when they review his credentials.
More importantly, he also has the trophy that he cherished the most.
Donald made a critical stop to help the Rams defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.
With a championship on his resume, he can finally say that he has done it all.
However, his latest statement should dispel the possibility of hanging up his cleats for good.
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) June 4, 2022
The Sunday Night Football on NBC’s Twitter account shared a quote from Donald during his recent appearance at the I Am Athlete podcast.
Donald said, “Winning a Super Bowl, you get kind of a little addicted to it. I want to feel that again. I ain’t going to lie. That experience is like no other.”
It’s an addiction that Rams fans will welcome because having him back bolsters their chances of winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy again.
Stellar Units On Both Sides
Rams general manager Les Snead has been criticized for not putting high regard on draft capital.
But after the team’s success, no one is questioning him because he has built an elite crew on offense and defense.
Meanwhile, the Rams’ defense got an upgrade in All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner.
He will join Donald and Jalen Ramsey in a unit that can shut down opponents.