Aaron Donald swings Bengals player’s helmet in brawl as Rams’ joint practice ends early. Check out full news in this article.

Aaron Donald : News | Helmet | Bengals | Contract

Aaron Charles Donald (born May 23, 1991) is an American football defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).

Aaron Donald : News | Helmet | Bengals | Contract

Personal information
Born: May 23, 1991 (age 31)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania      
      Height:        6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight: 280 lb (127 kg)

He played college football at Pittsburgh, where he received unanimous All-American honors, and was selected by the Rams in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Regarded as one of the greatest defensive players of all time, he has received a record three Defensive Player of the Year Awards, Pro Bowl selections in all eight of his seasons, and seven first-team All-Pro honors. Donald was also a member of the team that won Super Bowl LVI.

Aaron Donald News

At first glance, the Wednesday video leaked on Thursday of a massive brawl that broke during a pre-season session between Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals wasn’t conclusive enough.

In the footage that has now been deleted by official accounts, we can see a Rams player clearly hitting Bengals players with two of their own helmets.

Aaron Donald : News | Helmet | Bengals | Contract

As we zoomed into the footage, the player’s number is clearly ’99’. That is Aaron Donald, no doubt about it.

This reaction has been punished by a suspension as it is considered violence against a fellow professional and there’s evidence to prove it.

It appears that the most recent Super Bowl defeat left the Cincinnati Bengals players pretty hurt and they were out to provoke Donald during this prep game.


Helmets and fists flew in a series of fights Thursday during the second joint practice between the Super Bowl 56 opponents.

The Bengals left the practice field after a brawl broke out, which was the third incident of the day. Each incident involved Bengals offensive tackle La’el Collins and Rams defenders.

Aaron Donald : News | Helmet | Bengals | Contract


Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald at one point grabbed a Bengals player’s helmet and swung it multiple times before being pushed to the ground.

“It just got a little scuffle-y, and so we just called it,” Bengals coach Zac Taylor said of the decision to end practice with only a few reps remaining. “We were in the last period, and we got two really good days of work in.”


The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals went to blows during their joint practice session on Thursday.

Initially, there was a small dust-up between the Rams first-team defense and the Bengals first-team offense but was broken up pretty quickly, according to reporters on the scene.

After another altercation, an all-out fight broke out between the two clubs that eventually forced the powers that be to call practice early. 

It was allegedly started by Leonard Floyd and La’el Collins, who took off Floyd’s helmet and threw it at him. Amid the scuffle, Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald was also seen holding and swinging two Bengals helmets.

Aaron Donald contract

Aaron Donald signed a 3 year, $95,000,000 contract with the Los Angeles Rams, including a $25,000,000 signing bonus, $95,000,000 Guaranteed.

Aaron Donald : News | Helmet | Bengals | Contract

Contract: 3 yr(s) / $95,000,000
Signing Bonus $25,000,000
Average Salary $31,666,667
Total Guarantees $95,000,000
Guaranteed at Signing $46,500,000
Free Agent: 2025 / UFA

Donald was scheduled to make $55 million over the next three years, with $14 million in compensation in 2022.

He will now make $95 million over the next three years, with $31.5 million in compensation this coming season.

By Rishabh

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