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26 Beanie Wells RB
Height/Weight: 6-2/229 | Birthdate: 8/7/1988 | Birthplace: Akron, OH, USA | Team: Arizona | College: Ohio State | NFL Experience: 5 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 99.00

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Report: Beanie Wells suffers Achilles injury during workout


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/28/2013) Free agent running back Beanie Wells sustained a season-ending Achilles injury while working out for the Ravens last week, according to ESPN. The injury prevented Wells from finishing his workout Wednesday.

League sources said the injury is so bad that Wells won't be able to work out for any other teams in the coming weeks. The oft-injured Wells has been a free agent since being released by the Cardinals in March.


Report: Beanie Wells not expected to become a Raven


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2013) The reported tryout of Beanie Wells is not expected to result in a signing by the Ravens, according to ESPN. Wells has been seeking employment since his release from Arizona in March.

The Ravens have been anemic on the ground this season at 2.8 yards per carry, which is also the average for both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce.


Beanie Wells earns tryout with Ravens


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2013) Former Arizona 1,000-yard featured back Beanie Wells has tried out for the Ravens, a league source told the Baltimore Sun.

Wells played extensively for the Cardinals from 2009 to 2011 and rushed for 1,047 yards in that last season. But he was cut in March and not signed since despite previous tryouts with Pittsburgh, Jacksonville and the New York Giants.


Beanie Wells and Jonathan Dwyer work out with Giants


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/4/2013) The Giants worked out running backs Beanie Wells and Jonathan Dwyer Tuesday, according to the New York Daily News.

The Giants are looking for a backup running back to take over for the injured Andre Brown. Wells was cut by the Cardinals before the start of free agency and has not been able to sign with a team before Week 1. Dwyer was in the mix for the Pittsburgh's starting job, but was cut after the fourth preseason game.


Wells works out for Jags


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/6/2013) The Florida Times-Union reports that the Jaguars worked out former Cardinals running back Beanie Wells on Thursday. Wells was released by Arizona in mid-March after playing in only eight games last year because of a knee injury. He has also visited with Pittsburgh. The Jaguars might be in need of help at running back, especially in training camp, with Maurice Jones-Drew (foot) banged up. After Jones-Drew, the Jaguars have just Justin Forsett and Denard Robinson at running back.

'Bad wheel' slowing Wells?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/18/2013) After taking a physical with the Steelers but leaving without a contract, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cites a team source suggesting Wells has a "bad wheel."

Bengals, Steelers chasing Beanie?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/12/2013) ESPN reports the Bengals and Steelers are interested in free agent running back Beanie Wells. Wells was cut by the Cardinals before the start of free agency.

Wells released by Arizona


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/11/2013) The Cardinals have announced the release of running back Beanie Wells. The squad saved roughly $1.3 million against the salary cap. Wells missed half of last season with a toe injury, totaling 234 yards on 88 carries (2.7 avg.) with five touchdowns, adding a lone 24-yard catch.

Cardinals still high on Wells?


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/22/2013) The Cardinals official team website reports that Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said running back Beanie Wells can still be productive when healthy. “I think Beanie had a tough stretch this year because of the injuries,” Keim said. “He showed a lot of grit, a lot of toughness late in the year when he was able to. Some of the lower extremity injuries, his ankles, his knees, his feet, he’s had a tough time with his cut ability and his lateral movement. But Beanie is still a big horse who can finish runs and create yardage after contact, which is something that excites us.” The report says it would seem that Wells' future — even though his salary is a manageable $1.4 million this season (assuming he is a main back) — is up in the air.

Beanie hoping for 'fresh start'


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(1/28/2013) Cardinals running back Beanie Wells hopes the team's new coaching staff gives him the opportunities the previous regime didn't give him in 2012. Wells was displaced as the primary running back on a number of occasions last season and said he wanted to "get film out there" to other teams that might be interested in him. Now he hopes a new coach means a new opportunity. "I am excited about coach Arians," he told FOXSports.com. "I've never had a problem with going out and proving myself, but this couldn't have happened at a better time for me. I think it’s a way for me to get a fresh start under a new coaching staff. It’s a chance to let them form their own opinions of me instead of going off of the past."