On the eve of NFL free agency, trades involving top receivers Anquan Boldin and Percy Harvin grabbed the headlines.
The Arizona Cardinals will be without running back Beanie Wells for at least seven games because of a severe turf toe injury sustained in Sunday's 27-6 victory over Philadelphia.
The Arizona Cardinals have placed running back Beanie Wells on the NFL's new injured reserve/designated for return list, meaning he won't be able to play in a game until Nov. 25.
The St. Louis Rams are optimistic Steven Jackson will have a larger workload this weekend when they host the Washington Redskins.
It took some jelling, but the Redskins' secondary was just starting to look comfortable without LaRon Landry during Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Reed Doughty was proving to be more than a capable fill-in at strong safety, and the defense was cruising along.
The Oakland Raiders keep trying to climb from ineptitude to respectability. The Arizona Cardinals have shown it can be done.
Arizona running back Beanie Wells had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee after he was injured in the team's final preseason game, a fact the Cardinals had kept secret.
Arizona running back Beanie Wells went through much more of practice on Thursday, increasing the probability that he will play Sunday in the Cardinals' home opener against the Oakland Raiders.