TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Rock can smell what Bruce Arians is cooking.

Actor Dwayne Johnson, the former professional wrestler who used the geological formation as his moniker in the ring, is a big fan of the Arizona Cardinals head coach. Johnson tweeted Sunday night that he "would've loved to play for this man," referring to Arians, while including a clip of Arians' "A Football Life" on NFL Network.

Johnson also included the hashtags #NoRiskIt and #NoBiscuit. Arians uses both phrases in one motto: "No risk it, no biscuit," referring to his penchant for taking risks on play calls that, if successful, deliver big results.

The scene in Johnson's tweet included a song titled "I'm about to whip somebody's ass" by Pastor Ray Hagins, which became the team's theme song in 2014. Arians was turned on to the song by his college coach, Jimmy Sharpe.

Johnson played college football at Miami, winning a national championship in 1991, and then was part of the Calgary Stampeders' practice squad in the CFL in 1995.