Two more members of the Arizona Cardinals are having offseason surgery on Tuesday.
Running back Beanie Wells, who was bothered by a right knee injury all season long, will have surgery performed, but on Twitter, Wells himself was unclear as to which body part is undergoing the procedure.
Wells had his best season as a pro in 2011, running for 1,047 yards, which tied him for 14th in the league with Tennessee's Chris Johnson. Wells also set a Cardinals franchise single-game record with 228 yards in a a 23-20 win over the St. Louis Rams on November 27.
The other Cardinal scheduled to go under the knife is cornerback Michael Adams. Adams tweeted about the surgery on Tuesday.
But Adams surgery isn't football related. The 26-year-old is having his tonsils taken out. Adams played in 15 games for Arizona in 2011, registering 31 tackles and 3 passes defensed.
Last week, starting guard Daryn Colledge underwent surgery on his elbow.