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Coach, player have slightly varying takes on whether Aaron Donald will play on Sunday

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Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is back. It remains to be seen whether he’ll be back on the field on Sunday. On Wednesday, coach Sean McVay and Donald separately addressed whether he’ll face Washington in Week Two. And there was a least a little variance between what they had to say. Asked if McVay can [more]

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