Arizona Cardinals Injury Report, Week 11: Beanie Feeling Good

The injury news out of Arizona Cardinals practice today was that running back Beanie Wells was feeling much better -- better, in fact, than he has felt since his preseason knee injury -- though he was still limited. With fellow running backs LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring) and Jason Wright (concussion) not practicing, it would seem probable that Wells will be active on Sunday against the Chiefs and may see playing time.

DT Darnell Dockett (shoulder) and LB Clark Haggans (groin) were both limited again, still nursing injuries from last week. As announced yesterday, RT Brandon Keith has been placed on injured reserve, ending his season. It is expected that veteran backup Jeremy Bridges will replace Keith on the line. LT Levi Brown, despite having prior experience playing on the right, will stay in place to avoid multiple changes on an already-tenuous offensive line.

New to the injury report were CB Greg Toler and rookie NT Dan Williams; both were limited today. Toler is battling a foot injury and Williams has a calf injury.

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