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10/14 Arizona Cardinals news: Calais Campbell "doing OK."

Monday round-up of the weekend's NFL results.

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In a game where the Cardinals served up turnovers like they were working at Arby's, the biggest concern had to be the injury to Calais Campbell that saw him leave Candlestick immobilized on a stretcher. He's, "doing OK," according to a Tweet from his sister. Results from a CT scan and MRI were positive, with more information to come later in the week.


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