The Arizona Cardinals may have won in convincing fashion Sunday over the Philadelphia Eagles but they did lose two key contributors to injuries along the way with running back Beanie Wells and defensive end Darnell Dockett both leaving the game.
Wells was forced from the game in the second half after being hampered by a toe injury. He was running ineffectively before that with 18 yards on eight carries and Wells informed the media after the game that he could have turf toe, according to Darren Urban. Wells is expected to be evaluated Monday which means more news should be coming out later in the day.
As for Dockett, the disruptive pass rusher exited the contest in the fourth quarter with what is being called a right hamstring injury. If Dockett is unable to go next week against the Miami Dolphins, it would be a huge blow to Cardinals' front seven considering he played in 70% of the defensive plays Sunday. Kent Somers reported that there's a possibility Dockett's status will be updated Monday as well.
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