Go to Rams News of the Day: Sept. 9th


**Today's Rams Topics**


Bonsignore: Aaron Donald had no choice but to return to Rams

From the outset, the Aaron Donald contract holdout seemed a bit dubious. The longer it dragged on through OTAs, training camp and preseason games, the more equivocal it became.
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Aaron Donald is back with the Rams, but what does it all mean? –ESPN

At last, Aaron Donald is back. The Los Angeles Rams’ star defensive tackle ended his holdout Saturday and passed his physical. He will not play in Sunday’s regular-season opener, and he still doesn’t have the contract extension he seeks. But he’s here, and that is a very important first step. I’ll try to answer some of the key questions regarding his situation.
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Rams star Aaron Donald ends holdout, returns to team without new contract –OC Register

The long-term issue isn’t resolved, but the Rams’ short-term nightmare is over. Star defensive lineman Aaron Donald is back.
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Rams look to ‘show off’ in McVay’s debut

The curtain comes up on the Sean McVay era Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum.
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Game Preview: Rams Set to Open Season vs. Colts

Football is back. The regular season is finally upon us, as the Rams will host the Colts at the Coliseum on Sunday afternoon. When the two teams last met in 2013, the Rams executed well in all three phases to down Indianapolis, 38-8.
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Aaron Donald avoids financial loss, minimizes injury risk

Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald wanted to turn the current rookie wage structure upside down. While he didn’t quite do so (yet), Donald has created a new precedent for players caught between picks No. 11 and 32 in the draft.
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Aaron Donald out at least this week, won’t play until he’s ready –PFT

Although Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald has ended his holdout and reported to the team, he’s not ready to take the field just yet.
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Aaron Donald ends holdout and reports to Rams on eve of opener, though without a new contract –LA Times

A restful night’s sleep on the eve of his first game as an NFL coach is not part of Sean McVay’s game plan.
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Week 1 is too early to make a verdict on Jared Goff

The Los Angeles Rams will go into their first game looking to come away with many lessons learned. The Rams will do a lot of analysis throughout the game. Particularly on starting quarterback Jared Goff.
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Fifteen hot topics with Rams receiver Robert Woods –LA Times

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5 storylines to the Rams Colts matchup in the Coliseum

Finally, real football begins on Sunday for Los Angeles Rams fans. With the Colts coming to town, we get a look at what NFL football minus Jeff Fisher looks like in LA.
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Howie Long talks Jared Goff & the Rams –Video

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Sean McVay’s plan to succeed as youngest coach: Don’t do it alone

Sean McVay has never really slept well. His mind races constantly, so he spends most of his nights tossing and turning, waking up almost every hour and finally lifting himself out of bed before the sun rises.