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Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells admittingly says it was a difficult season, citing a frequent bumping of heads with then head coach Ken Whisenhunt. "We definitely had our fair share of disagreements this season, and I've never been in a situation like that before," Wells said, via Fox Sport Arizona.

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