Friday, August 07, 2015

O'Brien searching for ways to improve Texans

South Texas held its collective breath Tuesday when it was reported that the projected centerpiece of the Houston Texans’ offense, running back Arian Foster, will need surgery for a groin injury suffered in the team’s first padded practice of the year.

ESPN.com first reported that Foster will probably be headed to short-term injured reserve and an NFL source confirmed that likelihood to Today’s Pigskin, a scenario which would put the dynamic back on the sidelines for at least eight weeks.

A significant injury to a high-profile player is going to be the lede in any NFL city but the oft-injured Foster’s latest setback has overshadowed some interesting developments surrounding the Texans and second-year head coach Bill O’Brien’s efforts to get his team back in the mix with AFC South heavyweight Indianapolis.

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