No one questions Aaron Donald’s importance to the Rams.
Pro Football Focus last week called the three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle the “single most dominant player in the NFL” heading into the 2017 season.
But there is one major question about Donald on the eve of a mandatory minicamp, which starts Tuesday in Thousand Oaks:
Will he be there?
Donald participated in offseason workouts and a voluntary minicamp in April, but was absent for all 10 organized team activity practices that concluded last week.
General manager Les Snead has acknowledged that Donald stayed away because of his contract situation.
Offseason workouts and OTAs are voluntary, so...