TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell has been released from a Bay Area hospital.
Campbell returned home to Arizona and attended the team meetings Monday morning.
He was hospitalized for possible neck and spine injuries after he was carted off the field during Arizona's 32-20 loss at San Francisco on Sunday. The Cardinals say test results were favorable and Campbell was released from the hospital late Sunday night.
Campbell tweeted ``a big thank you for all the support and kind words.'' He said he was feeling good and eager to return.
The Cardinals said Campbell was released from the hospital shortly before 11 p.m. and returned to Arizona on Cardinals president Michael Bidwill's plane. He was accompanied by his sister Keyonne and Cardinals athletic trainer Chad Cook.
The plane landed about 1 a.m. and Campbell attended team meetings that began at 8 a.m.
Teammate Sam Acho tweeted about seeing Campbell.
``He's smiling and looking as good as ever,'' Acho wrote. ``Thank y'all for your prayers.''
Meanwhile, 49ers owner Jed York criticized some of his team's fans for doing the wave while Campbell was down. He said in a tweet Sunday that to say he was ``disappointed would be an understatement.''
Campbell was carefully strapped to the cart as a precaution and gave a thumbs up to the crowd as he was taken off the field.