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Los Angeles Rams — When Will Aaron Donald’s Holdout End?

Simply put, it will end when the star defensive tackle gets a new contract.

The three-time first-team All-Pro remains absent from Rams training camp as he seeks a new deal. Aaron Donald is currently playing on his fully guaranteed fifth-year option, worth nearly $7 million. It’s the second consecutive year Donald has held out, although he surely has room for a grudge this season.

Earlier this year, L.A. extended both running back Todd Gurley and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Donald, who has been with the team the longest, is making less than half the money veteran defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is earning this season ($14 million).

“He deserves more than what I got,” Suh told USA Today Sports of Donald. “It’s only right that he continues to play at a high level and prove that.”

Suh and the Rams defense figures to be a powerhouse this season. But one can easily argue Donald is its best commodity.

So, when will the holdout end?

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, not until he gets that new deal:

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