Aaron Donald and Los Angeles Rams win Super Bowl LVI – CBS Pittsburgh

By: Patrick Damp / KDKA-TV News Staff

LOS ANGELES (KDKA) – Aaron Donald, a Pitt and Penn Hills alum, is a Super Bowl champion.

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With the Rams up 23-20, 43 seconds left to go and the Bengals at 4 & 1, Aaron Donald pulled through.

He crossed the Bengals’ line of attack, got to Joe Burrow, spun him around, and sent him off with an incomplete pass.

That caused its sales to drop and win the Super Bowl for the Rams.

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“We played, we won, that’s all that matters,” Donald said on the pitch when asked what got him to the Burrow.

As for speculation he might retire?

“I’m waiting for a while, I’m going to enjoy this,” he said. “I dreamed of this man, it was surreal, I felt great, I felt great!”

Donald scored three tackles and two pitches in the Super Bowl.

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Now, he’s the only player in the Super Bowl era with seven consecutive all-pro picks, three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, an eight-time Professional Player and World Champion. Super Bowl enemy. Aaron Donald and Los Angeles Rams win Super Bowl LVI – CBS Pittsburgh


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