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Exactly two weeks ago, the Arizona Cardinals locked up Calais Campbell with a five-year, $55 million contract, which included a $15 million signing bonus and $31 million in guarantees.
So what does the 6-foot-8, 300 pound defensive end do to celebrate his new-found wealth? Why, eat of course. And rather heartily at that, with his fellow lineman joining him for a mighty (and rather expensive) feast.
Taking to Twitter Wednesday, Campbell, like any worthwhile athlete these days, shared his plans for the evening; most notably, dinner with Dan Williams (pictured) and the rest of his D-line brethren.
Out to dinner with a few of the boys…here’s a pic of me and @MrDanWilliamssay.ly/GJF3nRI
— Calais Campbell (@Campbell93) May 24, 2012
As you could imagine, it was a pricy occasion. Campbell noted that he spent “well over” $2000 for the grub, including tip.
The bill of the 1st D line dinner! Well over #2grand with tip say.ly/gSf3nRS
— Calais Campbell (@Campbell93) May 24, 2012
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