Beanie Wells reiterated that his goal is to be ready for the start of Arizona’s training camp, but admits that there are no guarantees at this point in time.
“Today I did a little bit of running, a little bend and pulls and stuff to strengthen the quad,” Wells said, via the Associated Press. Wells said of his knee; “[it’s] a process that’s getting better each day.”
The Cardinals are obviously exercising plenty of caution in regards to Wells’ recovery, so it’s safe to suggest that we really won’t know how he’s holding up until later into offseason workouts.
Williams suffered a torn PCL during a preseason game against the Packers last year and wound up sitting out his entire rookie season.
“But obviously training camp is what the most important thing is,” said Whisenhunt, via the Associated Press. “We’re going to continue to work him in, see how he progresses, test him out.”
The concerns regarding Williams’ knee, paired with Beanie Wells’ similar issues, leaves the Cardinals’ backfield as a pretty big question mark at this point. Thankfully for them, they have a few months to get these guys ready for the start of the season, but it will be interesting to see how they hold up in 2012.