He’s a two-time NFL defensive player of the year and a six-time Pro Bowl selection, a tackle who has terrorized offenses since he broke into the league six years ago.

Aaron Donald does not miss many opportunities to make plays.

But Donald wants to learn from rare miscues. So he welcomed offseason feedback from defensive line coach Eric Henderson.

“He pretty much told me all the bad plays, and showed me different bad plays that I had, the things I needed to work on,” Donald told reporters during a video conference Thursday. “That’s what you want, to be able to take coaching, so I can take my game to another level and keep getting myself better.”

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