The All-Pro defensive tackle is tied to his rookie deal through the 2018 season after Los Angeles picked up his fifth-year option. Per Spotrac, Donald is slated to make a mere $3.2 million this upcoming campaign in salary and bonuses.
"At the end of the day, that's our brother," Brockers said Thursday on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "We'll go to war with him and for him. We respect any decision. He deserves it. You look at the record, being the most dominant defensive tackle in the league, and he's just making all these phenomenal numbers and stuff like that. And, obviously, pay the man. Obviously. He's put in him some major work for this team and I think he deserves it."
Donald has accumulated 28 sacks over his first three NFL campaigns, and secured the No. 15 spot on NFL Network's The Top 100 Players of 2017. His hunger to continue to improve his craft, however, is what should terrorize opposing offenses even more.
"I don't think people understand how much of a critic he is of himself," Brockers said. "He watches so much film of himself, and you hear the greatest players that ever played this game talk about how they watch film more of themselves than they do the opponent and stuff like that. Definitely watching himself, critiquing himself, and wanting to be better at all times in whatever he does.
"I just see these little things that he does every day to make himself a better player and a better pro. I just respect every little aspect of his game."