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Beanie Wells, Cardinals RB, Suffers Hamstring Injury In Practice

Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells is pretty much an integral part of this team's offense. Behind Wells at running back is ... well, nothing. Kevin Kolb might have to go back under center and throw as much as Brock Osweiler at ASU and Nick Foles at Arizona do for their college pass-heavy teams, because there's no one to rely on for the tailback. Wells needs to stay healthy or the Cardinals could be in serious trouble.

And down he goes!

RB Beanie Wells apparently suffered a hamstring injury in practice today. He is listed as limited on the injury report

Behind Wells for the Cardinals at running back? Chester Taylor. So far this year, Taylor has one carry for zero yards. Behind Taylor? Alfonso Smith, who has yet to see a snap of play. Behind Smith? LaRod Stephens-Howling, who appears to get injured on every snap he takes from scrimmage and currently has a cast on his right hand.

So aside from all that, I have a good feeling that the Cardinals offense is going to be A-OK! What do you guys think?

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