NFL reacts to Aaron Donald's retirement from Los Angeles.

An NFL Super Bowl ring was lacking from defensive tackle Aaron Donald's resume.

Donald sealed the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl LVI victory in 2021 with one of his defining plays, ending his 10-year career on Friday with his retirement.

Donald rushed Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on fourth down in a three-point game and forced an incomplete throw to seal a 23-20 Rams win. 

 His celebration will be remembered: He ran around with his arms spread and pointed at his left ring finger, where his first Super Bowl ring would go.

Donald won three NFL Defensive Player of the Year accolades, tied for the most in NFL history, before that triumph. Super Bowl LVI was the final check on Donald's career, which ended at Canton, Ohio.

"He's one of one," ESPN's Raheem Morris, former Rams defensive coordinator and Atlanta Falcons coach. "Not simply because I coached him. It's due of his game, inside, and ability. You have to compare him to Lawrence Taylor and 'Mean' Joe Greene. He lives that way."

Donald broke the Rams' team record with 111 career sacks after being drafted 13th overall out of Pitt in 2014. He made the Pro Bowl all 10 seasons and was a first-team All-Pro in eight. Donald was 2014 Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Donald, like Taylor, is one of two defensive players since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to be selected for the Pro Bowl in all 10 NFL seasons, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

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