The Aaron Donald saga in Los Angeles will carry on into the regular season.
Rams head coach Sean McVay confirmed Friday that his star defensive tackle will miss Sunday’s game against the Colts, as the Rams try to steal a win against an Indianapolis team playing without Andrew Luck.
“It’s safe to say that he (Donald) won’t be a part of this game,” McVay said, via ESPN.com.
“He’s coming down because he’s well-aware of the Texans’ involvement in all of these support activities, relief activities,” McNair said. “He’s well-aware of what JJ’s (Watt) doing.”
“Also, the league contributed a million dollars to the relief effort. He’s just coming down to let people in Houston know that the league is concerned about what has happened, and they want to be helpful.”
While the Texans are just getting over the damage inflicted on their city by Harvey, the Jaguars are preparing for a similar situation with Hurricane Irma making its way toward Florida. The Jaguars are scheduled to remain in Houston until they are clear to return to Jacksonville.
Goodell was also in attendance for Thursday night’s season opener between the Patriots and Chiefs.