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Cardinals RB Wells leaves game with sprained knee

Cardinals running back Beanie Wells left Sunday’s game against the Steelers with a sprained right knee. The Ohio State alum had 12 carries for 42 rushing yards and his return is considered questionable.

Cardinals RB Wells status for Sunday vs. Giants: “I sat out last week, so I could be safe this week”

Cardinals running back Chris “Beanie” Wells expects to play Sunday against the Giants according to Darren Urban of AzCardinals.com. Wells via Twitter said, “I sat out last week so I could be safe this week.” The former Ohio State back suffered a hamstring injury in practice last week. Last week, backup rookie running back Alfonso […]

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells delcared inactive at Seahawks

Cardinals running back Chris “Beanie” Wells has been declared in active for Sunday’s contest in Seattle. Chester Taylor will take Wells’ place in the Cards starting backfield.

Cardinals at Seahawks Friday Injury Report

CARDINALS Out: TE Jim Dray (pectoral) Questionable: WR DeMarco Sampson (hamstring), KR LaRod Stephens-Howling (hand), WR Chansi Stuckey (hamstring), LB Daryl Washington (calf), RB Beanie Wells (hamstring) Probable: LB Paris Lenon (groin), LB Joey Porter (knee) SEAHAWKS Out: G Robert Gallery (groin), OT Jarriel King (ankle), CB Byron Maxwell (ankle), FB Michael Robinson (ankle) Probable: […]

RB Chris Wells Has Dropped 18 Pounds

The Cards official site reports that RB Chris Wells has dropped 18 pounds: Wells was at 247 pounds when strength and conditioning coach John Lott got hold of him; Wells has shed 18 pounds (Lott had guesstimated earlier this offseason Wells’ playing weight would be around 225 pounds). Lott, who spent years training Curtis Martin […]

The 31st Pick – Will The Cardinals Get Chris Wells?

Coming off their first-ever Super Bowl appearance, the reigning NFC Champion Arizona Cardinals have the 31st pick in the first-round of the 2009 NFL Player Draft. Who will the Cardinals take with the pick? And can they get a true impact player that late in the round? Despite having the lowest first-round draft slot in […]

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