Aaron Donald inked a massive new contract with the Los Angeles Rams on Monday that comes in at $95 million, with $65 million of that guaranteed over the next two years. He could retire with no penalty after the 2023 season, but he would then get another $30 million if he ultimately decided to play in 2024.

PFT's Mike Florio broke down Donald's new Rams contract:

1. Signing bonus: $25 million.

2. 2022 base salary: $1.5 million, fully guaranteed.

3. 2022 roster bonus: $5 million, fully guaranteed.

4. 2023 roster bonus: $15 million, fully guaranteed and due on second day of 2023 league year.

5. 2023 base salary: $13.5 million, guaranteed for injury at signing and fully guaranteed as of third day of 2023 league year.

6. 2024 roster bonus: $5 million, guaranteed for injury at signing. Fully guaranteed on third day of 2023 league year. With no forfeiture language.

7. 2024 base salary: $30 million, fully guaranteed as of the fifth day of the 2024 league year. It would be paid with $20 million as an option bonus and $10 million as base salary, for cap purposes.

The guarantees have no offset language.

Based on this contract language, Florio games out an intriguing scenario for Donald's future with the Rams and perhaps beyond. Donald will be in Los Angeles for the next two years through the 2023 season thanks to that $65 million guarantee, but then what comes next?

Florio notes Donald considered retirement after the Super Bowl win because he wanted to be closer to home in Pittsburgh. Perhaps he retires after the 2023 season but then looks to unretire and join a new team. The Rams could then try to get some value back in a trade by dealing Donald and his expiring contract elsewhere, perhaps to the Pittsburgh Steelers or another AFC North team?

Los Angeles could also just do nothing and let him retire while getting nothing in return. Or maybe he plays out that 2024 season and then signs closer to home as a free agent.

Either way, Donald's situation will be one to monitor over the coming seasons, but now that the Rams have him locked up for the next two, they're ready to focus on repeating as Super Bowl champs.