Arizona Cardinals Offseason 2012: Beanie Wells Begins Rehabilitation After Arthroscopic Surgery On Knee

Kent Somers of AZCentral.com is reporting that Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells is back in the Valley resting and beginning rehabilitation after a minor arthroscopic procedure was done to scope out his troublesome right knee this week.

The procedure was done by world renown surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, FL this week and went completely as expected. Wells was seen at Cardinals facilities walking on crutches on Friday to begin his rehabilitation work.

Somers believes that if everything remains on schedule with Wells' recovery and rehab, that he should have no problems taking part in normal team activities this offseason. Hopefully he is right.

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