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Cardinals RB Ryan Williams Out For Remainder Of The Season -
Ryan Williams will require surgery to repair the AC joint in his left shoulder and is done for the remainder of the season. It’s a rough blow for increasingly one of the league’s most tough-luck players. Williams suffered the injury in last Thursday night’s loss to the Rams. William Powell figures to be the favorite for carries in Arizona’s backfield until Beanie Wells (turf toe) gets back in Week 12 or 13, although Powell is coming off a “head” injury. La’Rod Stephens-Howling and Alfonso Smith will also be in the mix for carries behind an offensive line that opens no holes. Williams will enter the 2013 season having not been a legitimately productive rusher since 2009, his redshirt freshman season at Virginia Tech. After also missing all of 2011 with a ruptured patellar tendon, Williams’ long-term outlook is all sorts of cloudy.
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The Arizona Cardinals began the 2012 season with an enviable stable of running backs, being able to field, as they did in Week 1 against the Seahawks, the double headed monster of Chris 'Beanie' Wells and Ryan Williams. Now, just five weeks in, they have neither player available.
With Wells already on (Designated For Return) Injured Reserve with turf toe, Williams...
As if the Arizona Cardinals weren’t struggling enough at the RB position, they will now be without Ryan Williams for the rest of the season. Williams was placed on the IR Monday morning after it was announced he would undergo surgery to repair his shoulder. Now without Beanie Wells (turf toe) and Williams, who are fantasy owners and the Cardinals to turn to?
Now with Wells and...
The Arizona Cardinals got off to an incredible 4-0 start that hit a wall when they were defeated by the St. Louis Rams on Thursday. They lost more than the game when their starting running back Ryan Williams went down with a season ending shoulder injury. Please Click Here To Read This Story.
The Arizona Cardinals' already embattled running game has taken a severe blow with the announcement that running back Ryan Williams is out for the season with a left shoulder injury that will require surgery.
The Cardinals already are without Beanie Wells until at least Thanksgiving weekend because of a severe turf toe injury.
The hard-luck Williams missed all of his rookie...
TEMPE, Ariz. When the season began, the Cardinals envisioned a deadly 1-2 punch at the running back position, with power back Beanie Wells and big-play back Ryan Williams.
Now they wont have either. Coach Ken Whisenhunt announced Monday after practice that Williams will need shoulder surgery and miss the rest of the season after absorbing a hit from Rams safety Darian Stewart...
Arizona Cardinals running back Ryan Williams is out for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury, according to the team's website. Williams sustained the injury last Thursday against the St. Louis Rams. The second round pick in last year's draft also missed his entire rookie season with a torn Achilles' tendon. With Beanie Wells out, Williams had been getting...
The Arizona Cardinals have placed running back Ryan Williams on injured reserve after suffering a season ending shoulder injury last week against the Rams.The Cardinals will now have to go with Larod Stephens-Howling, Williams Powell or Alfonso Smith. They could also decide to sign a veteran.
Cardinals running back Ryan Williams needs surgery on his left shoulder and will miss the rest of the season, coach Ken Whisenhunt said during his Monday press conference. Williams hurt his shoulder late in Thursday's game against the Rams.Fantasy Spin:It's a terrible break for a player who missed all of his rookie season with a ruptured patellar tendon and a team already...
According to Darren Urban of AZCardinals, Cardinals running back Ryan Williams will need to undergo surgery on his injured shoulder and will miss the remainder of the season.
This is a big blow for the Cardinals with Beanie Wells and Larod Stephens-Howling already out with injuries.
There is just no getting away from it – the Arizona Cardinals' offense stinks. It's really amazing they are 4-1 this season, it really is.
You can thank the team's defense and special teams for that.
Look how bad these statistics are – Arizona's offense ranks next-to-last in the league, averaging just 273.2 yards per game. They have not hit the 300-yard...
The Cardinals offense has been one-dimensional this year with Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams failing to produce results on the ground. Now, due to injuries, William Powell will get a chance to make an impact.