Larry Brown Sports "Is the New England Veteran Rehabilitation Train about to roll out of the station once again? According to a report by Jason Cole of Bleacher Report on Friday, the Patriots are interested in signing free agent running back Arian Foster, but the interest is said to only be “preliminary” at this..." May 21
Pro Football Rumors "Free agent running back Arian Foster is “probably a week or two from being able to pass a physical,” according to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com (on Twitter). At that point, he adds, Foster’s market will probably start to come into focus. Foster was by the Texans in early March with a..." May 20
ESPN "Former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Monday. Foster suffered a torn Achilles tendon that ended his 2015 season against the Dolphins. The Dolphins are seeking a running back to replace Lamar..." March 28
Former Texans RB Arian Foster is scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, per source.
Pro Football Talk "Running back Arian Foster is indeed visiting the Dolphins on Tuesday. It would be a major surprise if he signs a contract then. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the goal of the visit is for the Dolphins to see where Foster currently is physically, as he recovers from a torn..." March 28
Houston Chronicle "The last time that Arian Foster played in a football game, the four-time Pro Bowl running back ruptured his Achilles tendon during an October loss to the Miami Dolphins. Now, the former Texans star is preparing diligently for his next football game. Working toward a comeback and contemplating..." March 21
Houston Chronicle "The last time that Arian Foster played in a football game, the four-time Pro Bowl running back ruptured his Achilles tendon during an October loss to the Miami Dolphins. Now, the former Texans star is preparing diligently for his next football game. Working toward a comeback and contemplating..." March 20
Pro Football Talk "As more and more running backs sign, one guy voluntarily will remain on the shelf, at least for now. Arian Foster’s plan is to be patient, per a source with knowledge of the situation. That means waiting to see what happens throughout free agency and the draft, and to make a decision later in..." March 12
SB Nation "The Houston Texans have informed long-time running back Arian Foster that he will be released, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Foster, who has been with the team since 2009, hasn't completed a full 16 game season since 2012 and is coming off a torn Achilles that forced him out of all but four..." March 03
NFL.com "If Arian Foster's days in Houston are numbered, it won't be due to his salary. When asked point-blank if Foster would be on the roster at his current salary, Texans general manager Rick Smith said Foster's salary isn't prohibitive. "As it relates to all the free agent conversations, I'm..." February 25
Sportsnet "Sometimes, it’s better to go out on your own terms. The cold truth behind the retirements of Marshawn Lynch and Jared Allen is both players were going to get released from their teams if they didn’t decide to hang up the cleats. Lynch and Allen were among the most impactful players of their..." February 19
Houston Chronicle "Houston Texans running back Arian Foster opened up to Michael Rapaport on the actor/comedian/director's podcast "I Am Rapaport" about several topics, but he didn't address his future with the franchise. Foster talked more about life in general, and revisited several topics - like being an..." February 14
Battle Red Blog "Arian Foster is the greatest running back in Houston Texans history. He's also been one of the best running backs in the NFL since bursting on the scene as a full-time starter in 2010 (really, he flashed what he would become during the final two games of the 2009 season, which he started due to..." February 09
The Score "Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is working his way back from a torn Achilles suffered in October, and appears to making progress in his rehabilitation. Foster posted a video to his Instagram account Tuesday that shows his doctor clearing him to start jogging. "Today you start some..." February 02
HoustonTexans.com "Nash, a two-time NBA MVP and eight-time NBA All-Star, also underwent surgery in December for what he referred to as a “ruptured conjoined tendon” in his hamstring. Nash played 18 seasons in the NBA, including ten with the Phoenix Suns. The soon-to-be 42-year-old retiree has also been in the news..." February 02
Sporting News "Arian Foster’s tenure with the Texans appears to be near an end. According to the Houston Chronicle, which cites multiple unidentified sources, Foster is expected to be released before next month's free agency period. The move would not be surprising since Foster is coming off a torn..." January 14
MRI confirmed torn Achilles for Arian Foster. Done for the season and generally a 6-9 month injury. Quite possibly ends his time in Houston
NFL.com "A historically awful day for the Texans has ended on an even lower note. Arian Foster is believed to have torn his Achilles, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed of the situation. Foster was carted off the field with a non-contact leg injury late in the fourth..." October 25
NFL.com "A historically awful day for the Texans ended on an even lower note. Arian Foster has torn his Achilles and will miss the remainder of the season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed of his injury. Foster was carted off the field with a non-contact leg injury late..." October 25
Houston Chronicle "Texans Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster has been involved in an accelerated build-up mode ever since making his season debut against the Atlanta Falcons. Foster was upgraded to full participation in practice Thursday for the first time since undergoing groin surgery in August. Foster has..." October 16
Sporting News "Texans running back Arian Foster left Thursday night's game against the Colts for one play after getting hit in the head. Foster was struck by the right bicep of Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson with four minutes remaining in the first half and the Texans inside the red zone. Foster was slow..." October 15
Houston Chronicle "Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster was a man of few words leading up to the Texans’ pivotal AFC South divisional game Thursday night against the Indianapolis Colts. He’s hoping his actions speak volumes. One game removed from his first game back from groin surgery, in which he rushed for..." October 07
SB Nation "Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is finally making his season debut Sunday. Foster is will suit up for the Texans' Week 4 game against the Atlanta Falcons, according to Adam Schefter. Foster missed the first three games of the season after undergoing groin surgery early in training..." October 04
ESPN "Houston Texans running back Arian Foster likes where his body is right now and feels he has a chance to play Sunday. "Yeah, the more and more you run on it the better, the more confidence you build on it," Foster said. "I guess, with this type of injury -- I talked to the doctor that cut me..." October 03
O'Brien said RB Arian Foster looks "good" and practiced today. Still won't know if he'll play at Atlanta.
#Texans HC Bill O'Brien not expecting final decision on RB Arian Foster until 90 min before kickoff when player tells him how he feels.
NFL.com "Arian Foster Watch has begun in earnest this week. Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien said Wednesday the running back practiced and will be a game-time decision on Sunday when his team faces the Atlanta Falcons. " The night before, or 90 minutes before," O'Brien said of when he'd know..." September 30
Houston Chronicle "Texans Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster won’t play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, according to coach Bill O’Brien. Foster has made steady progress in his recovery since undergoing groin surgery in August. He’s now set to miss his third consecutive game. Meanwhile, Texans offensive..." September 25
"I feel wonderful."-RB Arian Foster. Doesn't have timetable return yet, also said groin "not 100" yet.
Arian Foster (groin surgery) practicing for second week in a row
Texans running back Arian Foster was practicing again today, as he did last week. His availability for next week... http://t.co/mjvgr7T6WU
Arian Foster returned to practice today on limited basis
Foster will miss his 2nd game Sunday. He has to practice a couple of weeks before he can play. I still think he'll miss 4 and return 4 Colts
Texans coach Bill O'Brien was asked Sunday if there's a chance Arian Foster plays this week against Carolina. His answer: 'I would say no'
Arian Foster ran well on a side field today, is moving quickly and decisively
Houston Chronicle "Shortly after working on a side field Thursday morning where he was running and cutting quickly and decisively, Texans Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster said he’s recuperating well after undergoing groin surgery in August and is ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation. Foster is expected back..." September 10
Being that Arian Foster passed physical, PUP was not an option. Foster could return in 4 weeks but could be out 6 or more weeks. Team unsure
Sources emphasize Arian Foster rehab from groin surgery progressing well, hope is he's back late September, early October at latest
Arian Foster Update: Arian has been in Houston working out & expectations are for him to return to the field in some facet by week 2-4.
Best-case scenario for Arian Foster, if no setbacks in rehab from groin surgery, likely end of September, per sources.
Arian Foster had successful surgery this morning. There’s some hope recovery will be quicker than 3 months. But time will tell.
ESPN "Texans running back Arian Foster underwent surgery Friday morning to repair a groin muscle that was torn off the bone, according to a source. Although a timetable for his return is unclear, there's hope that his recovery time will be shorter than three months, the source said. Foster..." August 07
ESPN "Life's biggest questions are leading me through a narrow street in a stately Houston neighborhood, where haunting piles of home furnishings-cabinets, carpet, curtains-lie on the north side of the street in mud-streaked abandon. Meanwhile, the south side, unharmed by the torrential rain, looks as..." August 07
Houston Chronicle "As Texans running back Arian Foster prepares to have groin surgery Friday in Philadelphia with Dr. William Meyers performing the procedure, the Pro Bowl runner is being operated on by the same specialist who did outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney’s sports hernia surgery. Meyers has performed..." August 06
Foster will undergo surgery to repair torn groin in Philadelphia Friday. Dr. William Meyers will reattach muscle to the bone.
Houston Chronicle "Coach Bill O’Brien said after practice Wednesday that injured running back Arian Foster is still being evaluated and that the Texans plan to sign a replacement. Foster, who suffered a severe groin injury during Monday night’s practice, is getting a second opinion. Although O’Brien didn’t..." August 05
Houston Chronicle "Center Ben Jones was almost nauseous when he learned running back Arian Foster had suffered a groin injury so severe it would require surgery. “For an offensive lineman, Arian’s your best friend because he can do so many things,” Jones said after Wednesday’s practice. “You never want to lose a..." August 05
Arian Foster suffered a groin injury last night at the #Texans first fully padded practice, sources say.
#Texans RB Arian Foster suffered a major groin injury that’ll likely necessitate surgery, I’m told. Almost certainly headed to short-term IR