Cardinals defender bounces off 49ers TE Vance McDonald

Nov 29, 2015 at 2:25 PM--


Check out this video of Arizona Cardinals S Rashad Johnson bouncing off San Francisco 49ers TE Vance McDonald in the second quarter of the game between the two teams at Levi's Stadium on Sunday.






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