Aaron Donald has ended his holdout and cleared physical with LA

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Donald and the Rams have yet to agree to a new contract and will continue negotiations.

Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Aaron Donald has ended his holdout with the Los Angeles Rams despite not reaching a new contract with the team.

Donald will be on the active roster Sunday, and the Rams are seeking a roster exemption.

There's no reason that Donald shouldn't be paid well, and the Rams hope to resolve that issue rather quickly with the Rams. Coach Sean McVay ruled him out for the opener Friday.

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However, it appears it has come to an end after the 26-year-old has reported to the team's practice facility on Saturday where he passed a physical without a new deal in place. Even the Rams agree that the rookie scale contract isn't reflective of Donald's status as one of the NFL's most effective players at any position. The defensive star is one of the best players in the National Football League but a contract dispute with his team.

Donald missed the Rams' entire training camp under new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who is eager to plug Donald into the center of his 3-4 defense. Although he has returned to the team, he will not play in the season opener on Sunday afternoon against the Indianapolis Colts.

Tanzel Smart, a rookie sixth-rounder out of Tulane, is listed as the starter in Donald's position on the Rams' Week 1 depth chart.