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.
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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