Texans fans, you may now breathe a sigh of relief. Running back Arian Foster, who led the league in rushing last season, returned to the practice field after spending the past two and a half weeks rehabbing an injured hamstring.
After Wednesday’s practice, coach Gary Kubiak told SportsRadio 610 that Foster had looked good while taking a “starter’s share” of carries during practice. Kubiak said Foster’s confidence when making lateral cuts while running was the most important thing to observe.
The real test of whether or not Foster will start on Sunday will come after Thursday’s practice. If he is able to rebound, look for No. 23 to start on Sunday’s game against the Dolphins at Miami and to put up some “Foster-like” numbers.