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After clashing with former coach Ken Whisenhunt on multiple occasions, Cardinals' oft-injured running back Beanie Wells is hoping for a new beginning under new coach Bruce Arians.
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells is set to return from IR this week and says his knee is finally fully recovered from offseason surgery.
Beanie Wells (pictured) and the Cardinals running game will be important in helping a Cardinals offense which has dealt with quarterback struggles the past two years, including this preseason.
Too On One: Cardinals rookie running back tells Too On One about the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry.
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells is tackled by Jaguars safety Reggie Nelson in Jacksonville, Fla. Sept. 20, 2009.
Cardinals first-round draft pick Chris "Beanie" Wells holds up his jersey during a news conference at the team's training facility in Tempe. April 30, 2009.
Running back Chris “Beanie” Wells shrugged off concerns about durability that apparently caused him to fall to the No. 31 pick in the NFL draft.
Am I the only one who’s waiting to see if Arizona running back Beanie Wells writes his home phone number and email address on the back of his helmet for today’s 49ers game? Perhaps he can put it right over the Cardinals logo, since that doesn’t mean anything to him anymore.
Former Ohio State running back Chris Wells runs a drill at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Feb. 22, 2009.
Scott Bordow: Nothing against Chris “Beanie” Wells, who thankfully runs harder than his nickname suggests, but he wasn’t the biggest news coming out of the Cardinals draft Saturday. Anquan Boldin was.
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells, below left, fumbles after he was hit by Jaguars linebacker Daryl Smith during the second quarter in Jacksonville, Fla. Sept. 20, 2009.
Beanie Wells is toting a football with his name on it from the locker room to meetings at Arizona Cardinals headquarters this week.
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells looks for an opening in the Seahawks' defense during action at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Nov. 15, 2009.
Cardinals rookie Beanie Wells, right, signs autographs following afternoon practice at the Cardinals' training camp in Flagstaff. Aug. 4, 2009.
FLAGSTAFF — Rookie running back Beanie Wells returned to practice, sort of, as the Arizona Cardinals gathered for their final five days of training camp in the pines of northern Arizona.
Scott Bordow: Ladies and gentlemen, meet the next great Cardinals’ running back. OK, it’s not a long list. In fact, there may not be a list at all.Arizona hasn’t exactly been overstocked at the position. But here comes Beanie Wells, all stiff arm and smile, a star in the making.
FLAGSTAFF — Arizona running back Beanie Wells missed another workout with a sprained right ankle on Monday, raising doubts that he'll play in the Cardinals' preseason opener.
Cardinals first-round draft pick Beanie Wells runs drills during an NFL football training camp Aug. 1, 2009 in Flagstaff.
NEWEST CARDINAL: In this Oct. 11, 2008, file photo, Ohio State's Chris "Beanie" Wells runs past Purdue's Dwight McLean in Columbus, Ohio.
Cardinals running back Beanie Wells lowers his shoulder as he tries to run through Seahawks defender Deon Grant during action at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Nov. 15, 2009.