Arian Foster Won't Be Cut Because Of MoneyThe Houston Texans have a decision to make in regards to Arian Foster and his future with the team. Foster missed most of the season after blowing his Achilles in 2015. Foster is due $8.95 Million in contract and bonus in 2016, the final year of his contract. If the Texans decide to cut him, they will play him just $2.3 Million. The savings of 6$.5 million will not be the reason Foster is let go, says Texans General Manager Rick Smith.
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Report: Arian Foster To Be Released By TexansHouston Texans running back Arian Foster will probably see himself with many options. According to the Houston Chronicle, Foster will see his time with the Texans end before the new league year begins in March.
The Best Of The Worst Of 'In The Loop'The Texans have won the AFC South!
Studs And Duds: First-Place Texans Get Bye Week To Focus On Second HalfBelieve it or not, the Houston Texans are in first place with their 3-5 record. Perhaps that's just the motivation the team needs to use this bye week as a springboard to a better second half, now that two key issues have been determined (quarterback and running back).
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Injury Report: Banged-Up Texans Prep For Titans On SundaySuperman J.J. Watt missed practice on Thursday due to a back issue, although it would be a shocker if he didn't take the field for the Houston Texans' Week 8 home game against the AFC South Division rival Tennessee Titans. However, Watt's situation isn't the only one worth monitoring as the Texans prepare for Sunday's game.
With Foster and Mallet Drama Behind Them, Texans Need To Focus On WinningRunning back Arian Foster is done for the year after tearing his Achilles tendon in Week 7, and one-time starting quarterback Ryan Mallett will no longer be a distraction after getting cut this week.
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Foster Has MRI, O'Brien Officially Rules Him Done For Season
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Confirmed: Arian Foster Out For The Season With Torn Achilles
Injury Report: Texans Head To Miami With Plethora Of Hurt PlayersIgnoring the multitude of players listed as probable by Houston Texans Head Coach Bill O'Brien, the team has a few real concerns heading into the Week 7 road game against the Miami Dolphins. To begin, both the offense and defense will be hurt by starters declared out due to injury, and the depth on defense could be affected, too, by several players listed as questionable. This isn't good as the 2-4 Texans head south to build on the momentum of last week's win over Jacksonville.
Brandon Brooks Will Play Sunday, Foster Still Probable
Hoyer And Defense Can Bring Stability And Success To 2015 TexansBuoyed by a 31-20 road win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6 that bring them to just one game out of first place, the Houston Texans are starting to believe in themselves.