The knock on Tim Hightower last year was that he didn't have the big play ability that the Cardinals needed out of the running back position. That is exactly why Beanie Wells was drafted in the first round, everyone assumed. In his rookie season, despite compiling 10 rushing touchdowns, he only averaged 2.8 yards per carry. To many, this was all the proof they needed to rate Hightower a complimentary back at best . There is no denying the excitement bubbling to the surface about Wells' immense potential, but there is another story brewing in Arizona that you shouldn't forget about;Tim Hightower is quietly having a great year. The day after being named one of the best two running backs to play for his alma mater at the University of Richmond in its 81-year history this past Saturday, Highto ...
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