Foster Leaves OTA Practice Early
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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) - Texans running back Arian Foster left OTA practice early on Tuesday. Foster left the practice field on a cart with ice around his left calf during the Texans’ second week of OTAs. Head coach Gary Kubiak said it was just a calf strain and occurred on the first play of team activities. Nevertheless, Kubiak said the team would continue to evaluate Foster even after the diagnosis.
“It’s always concerning. Like I said, you’re trying to get better out here and work everybody. It’s part of football so we’ll see what’s wrong, see what happened,” Kubiak said Tuesday after practice.
2012 Rushing Leaders
In 2012 Foster rushed for 1,424 yards on 351 carries and had 40 receptions for 217 yards. He led the league in rushing touchdowns (15).