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Random Ramsdom: Aaron Donald gets a full page to himself in LA Times

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By: Daniel Stone

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 3/26/24

Some people may be tired of the all the Aaron Donald news, reports, intrviews and so much more as AD continues to step away from the NFL and leaves his time as a player for Los Angeles Ram’s behind. I for one think if AD isn’t deserving of all this fanfare than who is? I am assuming most here at Turfshowtimes are pretty happy with all the AD converage, but of course are sorry to see him go.

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Look: Rams honor Aaron Donald with full-page tribute in LA Times (

“To honor the future Hall of Famer, the Rams took out a full-page ad in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday with the quote, “Legends live forever” and a photo of Donald. It was an awesome way to pay tribute to one of the all-time greats as he exits the NFL after a decade of dominance, showing just how much Donald meant to the team and organization.

Donald retired from football with 111 career sacks, the most in franchise history. He’s a surefire first-ballot Hall of Famer in 2029 and is up there with the likes of Jack Youngblood and Merlin Olsen as two of the best to ever wear the horns.”

“This game is WILD!” Puka Nacua, Steve Avila & Demarcus Robinson Mic’d Up at Rugby League game (

“Watch as Los Angeles Rams wide receivers Puka Nacua, Demarcus Robinson & offensive lineman Steve Avila attend the Sydney Roosters vs. Brisbane Broncos matchup.”

Day 1 Deal? NFL Mock Draft Predicts Rams Trade With Chiefs (

“And according to’s Chad Reuter in his latest mock draft, there will be a major shakeup for L.A., with the Rams trading the 19th overall pick to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for the No. 32 pick, as well as an extra second-rounder.

With the 32nd pick in the first round, Reuter believes the Rams will get some help on the defensive line by drafting Jer’Zhan Newton out of Illinois.

Newton, a dominant force in the Big Ten along the front, would be a logical choice for L.A., which will be attempting to fill the massive hole in the lineup left by Aaron Donald’s retirement.

As for the two picks that the Rams would then have in the second round, sees the defensive trend continuing.”