Arian Foster, the Texans’ All Pro RB, discusses his contract situation and goals for next season.
Arian Foster led the NFL not only in rushing yards (1,616) but also in yards from scrimmage (2,220) and touchdowns scored (18) so it would seem pretty obvious that he is the most valuable player on his team if not in the entire league.
The Texans have released fourth-year running back Steve Slaton and have activated running back Chris Ogbonnaya, a second-year player our of Texas.
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.
Just days before the Texans are to host the Indianapolis Colts for the season opener at Reliant Stadium, it is still unknown if running back Arian Foster will be able to play.
Ogbonnaya accumulated 37 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown on 17 carries and became the team’s receiving leader withwith six catches for 67 yards and a receiving touchdown.
The “Tyler Rose” joins the Odd Couple to give his thoughts on the money situations brewing in the NFL and college football.
The Hall of Fame running back joins Marc and John to talk about his health now, his all time favorite game, the possibility of the NFL coming back to L.A., and of course the Super Bowl.