Los Angeles Rams’ Aaron Donald on swinging helmet at Cincinnati Bengals players

Aaron Donald downplayed how he swung a helmet at the Cincinnati Bengals players in a brawl at a joint practice session between last season’s Super Bowl teams last Thursday.

“It was just practice. It was football,” Donald said Wednesday in an interview for an upcoming episode of the AP Pro Football Podcast. “I don’t really want to go back on nothing negative and talk about something that happened in an exercise. My main focus is Buffalo.”

The three-time AP Defensive Player of the Year and seven-time All-Pro was knocked to the ground after brandishing a helmet while players threw fists in a free-for-all that broke the session between the visiting Los Angeles Rams and the Bengals finished .

When asked if he had raised the incident with his teammates and Rams coach Sean McVay and if everything was okay, Donald, who spoke on behalf of Dr. Teal appeared, only “Yes”.

In 2019, Myles Garrett was suspended for six games by the Browns for hitting Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with his helmet during a regular-season game.

Donald will not be penalized by the NFL because the incident happened during practice and teams are responsible for disciplining their players.

The defending Super Bowl champion begins the season at home against the Buffalo Bills next Thursday night.

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Emma Bowman

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