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Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell went on SiriusXM NFL Radio and proclaimed his hatred of the first-place 49ers, who visit the Cardinals on Monday night.
I really felt like I could have had four sacks last week and I had zero, Campbell said Tuesday. So Ive got to make up for that this week, especially going against the 49ers, who I really hate with a passion.
I cant wait to go out there and stick it to them. And Alex Smith Ive gotten down a few times, so I know hes thinking about me a little bit. So I cant wait to get out there.
Co-host Tim Ryan, the 49ers preseason television analyst, then interrupted to spout: Somebody told me they didnt like you, either.
Campbells response: Yeah, thats the way it is, though. Its cool. Its the way it is. Its a rival game. Theyre not supposed to like me. Im not supposed to like you. Thats what makes this game so special. I mean, off the field I dont have nothing against anybody. But on that field come Monday night, its on and crackin. Source: Mercury News Attached Thumbnails
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