CBSSports.com "The whole Andre Johnson saga in Houston is weird. The wideout would like to play for someone other than the Texans, mainly because he's sick of losing and/or watching defensive backs run the other way with passes intended for him. But Houston could be better than expected, maybe. He also has this..." June 06
Houston Chronicle "Reading anything into OTAs is tricky, at best. No pads, no hitting, no real contact. But All Pro left tackle Duane Brown said Thursday it’s clear that star running back Arian Foster, a close friend of Brown’s, is quickly returning to form. “He’s looking good, man,” Brown said Thursday at..." June 05
Houston Chronicle "By Bill O’Brien’s count, 63 veteran Texans were on hand Tuesday and many of them were new faces. Running back Arian Foster practiced for the first time since his 2013 season ended prematurely because of a back injury that required surgery. “He’s cleared,” O’Brien said of Foster, who missed..." May 07
Houston Chronicle "Texans running back Arian Foster said Thursday he’s fully healthy and plans to participate in upcoming OTAs. “I’m fine,” said Foster, during a premier party for Draft Day at Texans Grille. “I got cleared and I’ve been training for about two months now, so I’m feeling good.” Asked if he’ll be..." April 10
Fox Sports "Houston Texans star Arian Foster has initiated a countersuit against a pregnant college student he claims has launched a "calculated scheme" to extort money from the running back, TMZ reported Tuesday. The three-time Pro Bowl star reportedly filed a lawsuit in Texas claiming he has clear..." January 22
Black Sports Online "Yesterday we learned that Texans running back Arian Foster was being sued for trying to force his baby mama to have an abortion. Well according to TMZ, Foster has filed a response claiming that the woman he knocked up is nothing more than a “fame whore” and is trying to use use their unborn child..." January 15
Houston Chronicle "Dr. Robert Watkins, who performed Arian Foster’s back surgery, issued a statement Wednesday about the procedure: Texans running back Arian Foster underwent a microscopic lumbar discectomy surgery … at the Marina Del Rey Hospital in Los Angeles on Nov. 13. The surgery went well and the timing of..." November 28
The #Texans have released S Ed Reed, and placed RB Arian Foster on injured reserve.
NFL.com "Arian Foster's season is done. The Houston Texans running back will undergo surgery and miss the rest of the 2013 season with a back injury, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday, according to two sources informed of the situation. Foster is battling a lumbar spine issue and hoped..." November 10
CBSSports.com "Arian Foster has been battling a hamstring injury, but even though he was listed as questionable for Week 9, he still managed to make his start for the Texans. That won't be the case Sunday. He hurt his back almost immediately in Houston's loss to the Colts last Sunday, and that injury will..." November 08
The Texans haven't disclosed what's wrong with Arian Foster's back. He could end up having surgery and not playing again this season.
Arian Foster didn't practice again today. Phillips says he's seeing doctors again. #Texans
Wade Phillips says Arian Foster didn't practice today with a back injury. "He's with the doctors, that's being diagnosed." #Texans
Source: #Texans RB Arian Foster will be active tonight.
Kubiak: Everybody practice. Ben Tate will play Sunday. Arian Foster still a game-time decision. #Texans
Kubiak will evaluate Arian Foster's game status tomorrow. Took "positive steps" today. #Texans
Gary Kubiak on Indy conference call said Arian Foster and Ben Tate will be "very limited" at today's practice, likely game-time decisions
Foster said he expected his hamstring recovery to progress quickly. Expects to practice and "work toward" playing this week. #Texans
Houston Chronicle "With rookie free-agent running back Cierre Wood being placed on waivers today the Texans will be looking for a third running back to play behind Arian Foster and Ben Tate both of whom were injured in Sunday’s 17-16 loss at Kansas City. Foster is out with a hamstring injury. He said he should be..." October 22
New York Daily News "If you want a piece of Texans running back Arian Foster you'll soon be able to get it - on the stock market. In a pioneering venture that could change the world of athlete endorsements Fantex Holdings of San Francisco is paying Foster $10 million for a 20 per cent share in his future income -..." October 18
Houston Chronicle "Whenever the Texans want more Arian Foster the three-time Pro Bowl running back is ready. Foster said Thursday he’s definitely open to carrying the ball more but understands the team’s coaches have a long-term plan this season which involves initially splitting rushes with backup Ben..." September 27
Houston Chronicle "Arian Foster’s confession that he accepted money while playing college football at Tennessee led to more debate about the NCAA and if it should pay athletes. It also led to extreme outrage. ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale was among those who thought Foster was in the wrong for..." September 21
CBSSports.com "Former Tennessee running back Arian Foster said he "took money on the side" during his senior year while playing for the Volunteers. The current Houston Texans star discussed his disdain for the NCAA's amateurism rules during a four-hour interview for an upcoming documentary called Schooled:..." September 20
Houston Chronicle "Running back Arian Foster is shaking off the rust. But he came closer during Week 2 to being his Pro Bowl self. Foster rushed 19 times for 79 yards and got stronger as the game became tighter. He scored the Texans’ final eight points in regulation. “I felt like I took a step in the right..." September 16
Houston Chronicle "The week’s final practice ends under the midday Houston sun and the setting immediately changes. As a roof-less open field is traded for the cool tunnels of Reliant Stadium Texans players stream through in waves. Quarterback Matt Schaub hops off a golf cart and quietly walks into the locker room...." September 15
NFL.com "By virtue of the eyeball test as well as the box score Ben Tate outplayed Arian Foster in the Houston Texans' Week 1 comeback victory over the San Diego Chargers. That performance has earned Tate at least a temporary timeshare but the former second-round draft pick made it clear that he's not..." September 14
Houston Chronicle "Yes Arian Foster is competitive. And yes he wants to carry the ball as much as possible. Especially Monday when the Texans’ star running back returned to his former home city of San Diego for the first time to play as a pro. Foster split rushes with backup Ben Tate during the Texans’ 31-28..." September 12
ESPN.com "Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak liked what he saw out of backup running back Ben Tate Monday night and wants to keep his carries close to starter Arian Foster's for now. "I wish it would have come out a little more closer to even; I think I said that after the game" Kubiak said of their split..." September 11
Ben Tate ran a lot better than Arian Foster. Tate averaged 6.1 yards a carry to Foster's 3.2. Tate should have waved him off more often.
Houston Chronicle "The Texans’ season-long effort to keep star running back Arian Foster healthy and primed for the playoffs will start in Week 1. Foster has impressed coach Gary Kubiak and teammates since being activated Aug. 21 from the physically unable to perform list. But the Texans plan to alternate..." September 08
Houston Chronicle "Asked about Arian Foster’s carry limit Monday night Kubiak joked that he’d set it at “42.” “I’ll tell you what he looks really good” Kubiak said. “He’s come a long way. I’ve been impressed with his wind his conditioning. It’ll be the first time he’s been hit – that’s just part of it – but he’s..." September 06
SI.com "Battle of the heavyweights here Sunday. When it was mostly first-teamers versus first-teamers through the first half the score was the rejuvenated Saints (with some frisky new pups on defense) 17 Texans (minus J.J. Watt and Arian Foster) 16. If the Saints can play defense they have a chance to..." August 26
Houston Chronicle "Arian Foster said he plans to be in the Texans’ starting backfield for the regular season-opener Sept. 9 at San Diego. The star running back was activated from the PUP list Wednesday and went through his first practice since training camp began. “I’ll be ready” said Foster who recorded a..." August 22
Arian Foster coming off PUP today.
If I'm Kubiak and Arian Foster has a back injury that's requiring injections and feeling pain in legs I'm worried about him for opener.
Kubiak said he's hoping to get Arian Foster back at practice Monday. He's been out with back injury. His calf is fine.
Houston Chronicle "Arian Foster’s expected return to practice Sunday morning was derailed by back pain not the calf muscle strain that has been bothering him. Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Foster’s leg is fine but for the moment there’s no timetable as to when the running back will come off the PUP list and resume..." August 04
ESPN.com "Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith said Monday that he doesn't believe Arian Foster's calf injury will linger with the star running back throughout the season. Smith told ESPN's Josina Anderson that the Texans decided to put Foster on the physically unable to perform list to begin..." July 30
Houston Chronicle "Texans running back Arian Foster doesn’t have a timeline for the calf strain that landed him on the physically unable to perform list. One thing he knows though is that it’s not a good idea to rush an injury like this. “You can’t play through it” Foster said. “It’s not like you’re playing..." July 27
Texans safety Ed Reed (hip) and running back Arian Foster (calf) were placed on PUP list today.
Toro Times "Lost amongst the close watch of Texans’ rookies this past month and his battle for the cover of Madden 25, was Arian Foster’s calf injury that he sustained during organized team activities earlier in May. At the time, Foster’s injury was never be made out to be anything more than a slight strain,..." June 23
Fox Sports "When Texans running back Arian Foster was carted off the team’s practice field last month, several fans gasped. The franchise running back told FOXSports.com on Friday that Houston fans need not worry, he’s on the right path to recovery. “Yeah, it’s going good man,” Foster told FOXSports.com in..." June 17
Fox Sports Southwest "So here's Arian Foster inside a tube. Foster, the Houston Texans' running back, posted this photo to his Instagram page without any explanation, but it looks like a hyperbaric chamber, a device that delivers oxygen in high ratios. " June 07
Houston Chronicle "Coach Gary Kubiak said after the Texans’ organized team activity today that running back Arian Foster will not participate in the remaining drills (this week and next) or the three-day minicamp (June 11-13) because of the strained calf muscle in his right leg. “He has a pretty good calf strain,..." May 30
#Texans coach Gary Kubiak says Arian Foster has a "pretty good calf strain". Is on crutches. "he's going to be fine"
Houston Chronicle "Running back Arian Foster left the Texans organized team activities today with what is described as a strained calf muscle. After Foster suffered the injury to his right leg, he watched a few minutes of practice before being carted into the dressing room. Coach Gary Kubiak said Foster had a..." May 29