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Former St. Louis Rams safety Craig Dahl revealed Wednesday that that the Rams had the upperhand on his new team, the San Francisco 49ers last season because the 49ers were tipping plays on offense. "Different personnel and different alignment stuff really were the big keys as far as giveaways. It's been addressed and corrected (by 49ers coaches)," Dahl said, via NFL.com. And with that, it was only a matter of time before a former Rams teammate would blast Dahl for his revelations. Enter cornerback Cortland Finnegan: Craig Dahl we know how you play thanks for the tips we know who to attack early and often — Cortland Finnegan (@CortFinnegan) June 12, 2013 @profootballtalk Craig Dahl is lame and weak for that glad he with another squad we know how he play thanks for the tips we know who 2 go at — Cortland Finnegan (@CortFinnegan) June 12, 2013
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