HOUSTON (AP) -- Arian Foster has no doubt he'll play football again.The Houston Texans running back is recovering from surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon on his right leg. The 29-year-old has heard the speculation that such an injury might be a career-ender for a running back his age, but he's unfazed."Yeah I'll play again," he told The Associated Press. "I'm not the first...
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HOUSTON (AP) Arian Foster was in a bad place, drinking heavily to self-medicate and deal with the problems in his life. The Houston Texans running back knew he needed help but was reluctant to seek it because of the stigma surrounding mental health issues. He overcame that fear, sought therapy and it changed his life. ''It just got to a point where I just threw my hands in the...
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The Houston Texans added injury to insult Sunday when they lost running back Arian Foster during a 44-26 loss to the Miami Dolphins. Foster was carted off the field late in the loss after appearing to injure his right leg during a play. The Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson reported that the outlook is grim. Arian Foster on crutches in locker room teammates tell him they're praying...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster’s 2015 campaign may have come to a screeching halt in Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. Foster got hurt on a non-contact play late in the fourth quarter of the game, and went down grabbing his knee. He was helped off the field, and soon after was carted to the locker room. And the news isn’t good. Texans confirmed RB Arian Foster...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster was carted off the field with a non-contact leg injury in Sunday’s game against Miami. Foster appeared to be clutching his knee or lower leg after going down and appeared to be in serious pain. He had to be carted off the field, and as non-contact injuries tend to...Read More
Arian Foster raised some questions about the NFL’s concussion policy when he exited Thursday’s Houston Texans-Indianapolis Colts game for a play after taking a hit to the head and then quickly returned to the contest. On a first down run in the second quarter, Foster carried on a rush attempt and took a hard hit...Read More
Arian Foster had an uninspiring 2015 regular season debut last weekend, but a lot of that had to do with game flow as the Atlanta Falcons were blowing the doors off the Houston Texans. Foster hopes to contribute more and see different results on Thursday. According to Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle, the Texans...Read More
The Houston Texans have struggled to score points through the first three weeks of the season, and a lot of that has to do with Arian Foster being out with a groin injury. Fortunately, it appears that help is on the way. Texans coach Bill O’Brien has labeled Foster a game-time decision for Week 4 against the Atlanta Falcons, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder. O’Brien...
Arian Foster has returned to the practice field, but the Houston Texans star running back doesn’t know when he’ll make his 2015 debut. Per Drew Dougherty of Texans TV, though Foster said he feels “wonderful,” the 29-year-old hasn’t fully recovered from groin surgery. "I feel wonderful."-RB Arian Foster. Doesn't have timetable return yet, also said groin "not 100" yet...
It’s time to hit the brakes on any talk of Arian Foster returning in time for Week 2. Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien spoke with reporters after Sunday’s opening-day loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. When he was asked if Foster could be on the field in Week 2 when the team heads to the East Coast to take on the Carolina Panthers, O’Brien shot the notion down, per Aaron...
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