Beanie Wells Injury: Cardinals Running Back Participates In Practice

Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was a full participant in both Wednesday and Thursday practices, according to the team's injury report. That could be good news for Ken Whisenhunt's squad, which started Ryan Williams in Wells' place in Week 1 after Wells injured his hamstring late last week.

Williams struggled against the Seattle Seahawks, rushing eight times for nine yards and fumbling the ball once. Wells played in limited action but only had seven carries for 14 yards as Arizona's run game only produced 43 yards on 20 carries last weekend.

Other notables from Thursday's practice were limited practices for linebacker O'Brien Schofield and cornerback Patrick Peterson. Schofield has been limited in the last two practices with a knee injury while Peterson missed full workouts on Thursday because of a groin issue.

Adrian Wilson was also limited with an ankle problem.

Quarterback John Skelton again did not suit up, as he's expected to miss Sunday's game against the New England Patriots with a low ankle sprain.

Check out Revenge Of The Birds for more on the Arizona Cardinals or hit up SB Nation's NFL hub.

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