• Arian Foster’s practice impresses Texans coach; Wade Smith set to return

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 5, 2013
    Asked about Arian Foster’s carry limit Monday night, Kubiak joked that he’d set it at “42.” Near the end of the preseason, Texans running back Arian Foster said that he felt fresh and rejuvenated after spending camp on the sidelines rehabbing calf and back injuries. The Texans were planning to bring him along more slowly, but Smith, coming off a Pro Bowl season, definitely had other ideas. “Wade’s fine,” Kubiak said. Foster’s been a workhorse for three years and his offseason was filled with examples of the toll that can take, so limiting him early might help keep him feeling sprightly all the way through the season. We tried to talk to him about doing this much today and this much tomorrow, but he wouldn’t have any of it. He said, ‘I’m coming back.’”
    Source: chron.com
    • Arian Foster feels ready to carry the load for Texans

      Near the end of the preseason, Texans running back Arian Foster said that he felt fresh and rejuvenated after spending camp on the sidelines rehabbing calf and back injuries. He’s back at work now as a full participant in Texans practices and he’s still…

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