The Rams are already overextended on the salary cap and don’t have the space needed to oblige Donald’s salary demands.

Donald is due $3.225 million this season, including a base of $1.8 million and a prorated signing bonus on the fully guaranteed four-year, $10.1 million contract he signed as a rookie. That deal includes a fifth-year option that would pay him $6.9 million next season. Donald is seeking a new deal in the neighborhood of $19 million annually to put him among the highest-paid defensive tackles in the NFL.

The two sides are still trying to find some middle ground on what could be a cap-friendly deal.

On Monday afternoon, Niners coach Kyle Shanahan revealed that although Cheap Green Bay Packers Jerseys Foster’s injury wasn’t as serious as the team first feared, Foster won’t be back as quickly as he hoped. Following further Cheap Germany Soccer Jerseys tests on the ankle, Shanahan said Foster suffered a high ankle sprain.

The Niners don’t have a timetable for Foster’s return, but it will take some time for him to get back on the field.

“We don’t know exactly with Reuben,” Shanahan said. “We’ll put him in the boot here for a little bit, but those tend to be a month [or] a little more. I can’t put exactly a date on it. [That’s] my experience with high ankle sprains.”

With 3:33 to go in the opening quarter of Sunday’s game, Foster moved toward Carolina running back Christian McCaffrey, but his right foot appeared to catch on the playing surface as he lunged forward.

Celebrate hump day by watching Lions’ Jimmy Landes trick-snap underneath a camel

Detroit Lions long-snapper Jimmy Landes is finding unique ways to practice, even while on vacation in Jordan.

As he was touring the city of Petra, Landes found a camel and decided to snap a football under the camel’s legs.

Lions fans will be happy that Landes has football on his mind, even Cheap Germany Soccer Jerseys while traveling, after spending his entire rookie year on injured reserve because of a shoulder surgery.

The first of Bill Walsh’s Super Bowl champions didn’t just launch a dynasty; this team revolutionized the game. It wasn’t a loud revolution, but the power running game of prior decades was supplanted by a team that moved the ball with short passes, often to backs. The 49ers backs’ caught a combined 117 passes in 1981; Oakland’s backs got only 80 the prior season. So it didn’t matter that San Francisco didn’t have a back likely to go for 100 yards. It had Joe Montana, and a new approach to the game.

This wasn’t Ben Roethlisberger’s best year; he struggled at times while the Steelers tried to cobble together an inconsistent running game. The defense, however, was a constant. James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley made that 3-4 edge rush hum with a combined 27.5 sacks. Pittsburgh led the league in scoring defense. The Steelers beat San Diego and Baltimore to face upstart Arizona in the Super Bowl, a game crystalized by Harrison’s 100-yard interception return before halftime and Santonio Holmes’ game-winning touchdown catch with 35 seconds remaining. It wasn’t always pretty, but it was good enough to give Pittsburgh its sixth Super Bowl championship.