Found May 19, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
Former first round pick Beanie Wells has had an injury prone career, but finally got it all together last year to lead the team with 1047 yards and 10 touchdowns on 245 carries. However, after the season, he had yet another knee surgery, a minor one, but Wells is still not practicing and says he “doesn’t know” when he’ll be ready to practice. Wells was already facing a decrease in carries as 2011 2nd round pick Ryan Williams returns from injury to steal some carries away and now he has this. It’s clear he probably won’t match the numbers he had in 2011. [switch_ad_hub]
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