The Cardinals had a Wednesday night practice at Lumberjack Stadium, and rookie running back Beanie Wells "twisted" his sore ankle a bit on a running play.
Wells was stopped in the backfield by defensive tackle Darnell Dockett and aggravated his sprained ankle when he tried to make a move to get away. On the next play, Wells tried to run a pass route into the flat but stopped after only a couple of steps. I didn't see him take another snap.
After practice, Wells said he was "fine" and that he just twisted the ankle on the run play.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt wasn't available to media after practice. It's time to wonder, however, just how much Wells might play Saturday against the Chargers. He has practiced on a very limited basis this week, and appears to be favoring the ankle he sprained on Aug. 1.