Aaron Donald might be able to retire if the Los Angeles Rams wins Super Bowl LVI.
Michele Tafoya of NBC and Rodney Harrison of NBC reported that the star defensive tackle might consider retiring if he wins his first Hall of Fame championship.
Harrison stated that Harrison is a big believer in legacy during the live broadcast. He doesn't want his name to be associated with a defender who did so many things but never won a Super Bowl. He also said this to me: "If he wins a Super Bowl there is a strong chance he will walk away from it and retire."
Donald, who is now 30, is already considered one of the most important defenders in league history.
Donald has been named Defensive Player-of-the-Year three times. He has eight Pro Bowls and seven All-Pros. He also has 98 career sacks and all-decade honors in the 2010s.
Donald had 84 tackles in total, 12.5 sacks and four passes defended. He also forced four fumbles.