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first_img Comments   Share   Wells was inactive against the Seattle Seahawks (7-9)after close surveillance during practice, with Whisenhuntdeciding the best option was to take care of the knee.“I know it was tough for him not to play for what he didthrough this year,” Whisenhunt said. Wells had his best season as a pro despite only playing in14 games.Whisenhunt said the doctors will discuss with Wells thebest method to heal his leg, whether it be with surgery orrehab, but the coaching staff will make sure he is in fullhealth to play next season. “I know the next time that we get Beanie on the footballfield, he’ll be a heck of a lot more healthy than he was[Sunday] and even the last five or six games,” Whisenhuntsaid. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was able tobattle through a right-knee injury and gain 1,047 yardsthis season, but Coach Ken Whisenhunt decided to sit himout the last game of the season on Sunday.However, the coach said Wells got a lot out of his 2011season.“It’s a good tribute to Beanie; it was something he neededto do for himself and also for a lot of people whoquestioned his toughness,” Whisenhunt said. “And I want tomake sure that [Sunday] people understand that was noreflection on Beanie. That was purely my decision. Hewanted to play.”center_img Top Stories D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img

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