Aaron Donald’s offseason training includes battling against knives

Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is a terror on the field. In four NFL seasons he has earned three All-Pro selections and the 2017 Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award.

Somehow, Donald has been able to make himself seem even more terrifying this offseason, thanks to a recent training video.

Their best run was a three-game win streak, all on the road, while the Sabres went winless over four or more games seven times, including an 0-5-2 skid from Nov. 10-22.

The reality of how bad the Sabres were set in at the midpoint of the season for defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen.

“It was around Christmas and we were done, and we still had 40 games to play,” Ristolainen said. “Everyone wants to make the playoffs so bad, and we weren’t even close.”

Eichel led Buffalo with a career-best 25 goals and 64 points, despite missing 15 games with a sprained right ankle. Much more is expected next season when Eichel’s eight-year, $80 million contract kicks in.

“I was able to remember being attacked,” said Sapp, who later was found lying unconscious inside the garage.

Testimony came on the second day of Jonathan Coleman’s second trial on one count of felonious assault. The first trial ended in November with jurors unable to reach a verdict.

Corey Coleman was never charged in the beating and hasn’t been called to testify as a witness. His roommate pleaded guilty to an attempted felonious assault charge.

Corey Coleman’s attorney told Cleveland.com on Tuesday that his client never denied that he was in the stairwell but maintains that he never touched Sapp.

Kane didn’t look like his usual self that game but said it was important to get rid of some “cobwebs” before the playoffs started and he gets the chance to back up his belief that he can thrive at this time of year.

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