Aaron Donald is versatile. Three times Defensive Player of the Year, eight Pro Bowls, seven All-Pro teams, All-Decade, 98 sacks.

Five years after he retires, Don will join Lawrence Taylor in the Hall of Fame.

Donald, 31, might retire after eight seasons without playing another down.

Donald, 31, might retire after eight seasons without playing another down.

Donald has done better than his $125 million, six-year agreement, now he wants a new one.

"It's a business, but not about money," stated Donald. I enjoy winning. If I could win another Super Bowl, I'd play football.

A business, though. We must handle business or things will remain how they are. Okay.

"Before Super Bowl, I considered retirement. Since joining the league, I've claimed I'd play for eight years then retire. So. Everyone expected he'd quit after winning a Super Bowl. 

Family, teammates, and coaches know. I stated I'd play eight years and quit. Super Bowl victories are addictive.

Untrue. Misery. Unique. If I played, I'd want to win another Super Bowl, but it's a company and must be profitable.

Donald's $14.25 million NFL salary in 2022 ranks 102nd. 27th with $22.5M.

Donald won't be unhappy if the two sides "can't agree"

"Football isn't missed. Don't worry." I was lucky to play this game and make so much money in eight years. I want another. Regardless, I'm fine."