Star defensive tackle Aaron Donald says he'd be "at peace" with his career if he and the Los Angeles Rams can't agree to a new contract. 

The Rams have acknowledged that they are working on a new contract with Donald, who is signed through the 2024 season but has no guaranteed money 

left on his deal. At the annual league meeting in March, Rams coach Sean McVay said that he was relieved that 

Donald had decided to return for the 2023 season. However, on the "I Am Athlete" podcast, Donald indicated that his return is contingent on getting a new deal. 

"It ain't about the money, it's a business at the end of the day," Donald, 31, said on the podcast hosted by former  

NFL players Brandon Marshall, Adam "Pacman" Jones and LeSean McCoy.  

That's what you've got to see. For me, it's about winning. I don't want to play football if I can't win anyway, so I feel like .. 

if I got a real opportunity to win another Super Bowl, then it makes sense to play. 

Aaron Donald 'wants to be at peace with career' if no deal with Los Angeles Rams