"All I can tell you is I feel good, I feel strong and I'll be ready on Saturday," Donald said Wednesday.
The two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year has been healthy throughout his seven-year career, only missing two games in 2017.
He started all 16 games in 2020 and finished with 13.5 sacks with four forced fumbles, earning a sixth straight first-team All-Pro honor and a seventh straight Pro Bowl selection.
The impact of Donald's injury is obvious. He's the best defensive player of his generation and may go down as one of the greatest defensive tackles in NFL history by the time he retires. There are few more impactful players at any position in the league and maybe none outside the quarterback position.
Any missed time would be significant, but the Rams appear likely to have their top defensive player on the field against Green Bay's No. 1 ranked scoring offense.