Aaron Donald is currently the highest paid security official with an average annual salary rising.

After promising to return to the Super Bowl for the second time in a row, Donald has yet to sign a contract

that fits his market value. Yes, he is improving over the years with his current position, but not by a huge

margin, and there are five runs that make him one of the best defenders I have played awesome, whatever

its location. . . He is also a new winner and is excited to attend. However, it is important to note that, as

Donald explained during the presentation in Brandon Marshall's "M Athlete" podcast, this is not a game of 

accidental leverage. "It's not about money, it's about business," Donald said. "That is what you will want. It 

was a victory for me. I don't want to play football if I can't win, so if I have a good chance to win the Super

Bowl again, that makes sense, I think. "You do it, you do it, you do it. But again, it still works. If we have to 

deal with the business side of things that can't be done right away, that's it. I am also well.

"But I was talking about retiring before I won the Super Bowl. I said I would play for 8 years since I entered

The league and resigned. This is all I have said. I was just out and everyone was saying, 'Oh great. He said

he would retire when he won the ball. No, I have teammates, coaches and family members who know this. 

I was playing 8 years and I said I would play football.

Donald reached the quarterfinals in 2021 and started another impressive season with a 12.5 jacket, 4 forced fumbles, 84 tackles (19 losses) and 64 quarterback pressure