Los Angeles Rams pass rusher Aaron Donald has accomplished almost everything there is on the football field, and after winning that elusive Super Bowl ring, a lot of people can’t help but wonder whether the future Hall of Famer is about to call it quits.

Rams general manager Les Snead was asked after Los Angeles defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56 about the possibility that Donald might have just played the last game of his illustrious NFL career, and responded with a tone that leaned on Donald coming back.

Via Jim Trotter of the NFL Network:

Rams general manager Les Snead was less evasive when asked if Donald might walk away.

“He’ll sleep on it and see, but I’m not buying it,” he said. “He’s a young kid. He’ll get bored and need something to do.”

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If Super Bowl 56 was the last time NFL fans watched Donald in action, then what a way it was for him to go out. He made his presence felt against the Bengals, wreaking havoc in the trenches together with Von Miller and Ernest Jones. Donald had two of the Rams’ seven sacks. He was not going to allow Cincinnati to spoil his second trip to the Super Bowl, and that was very clear with the way he played and went after Bengals players.

Donald still has a live contract with the Rams that won’t expire until the end of the 2024 season.

Perhaps Donald will be able to come up with a more definitive answer about a potential retirement once he’s done partying.