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    Default Arian Foster reaggravates hamstring injury

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    Arian Foster aggravates hamstring injury
    Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on August 27, 2011, 9:10 PM EDT

    Getty ImagesTexans running back Arian Foster canít seem to shake his hamstring troubles.

    After missing the first half of August with a left hamstring injury, Foster left Saturdayís preseason game after aggravating the the same injury, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

    Foster knew right away there was a problem. After a nine-yard run, Foster angrily walked off the field and threw his helmet. He finished with eight carries for 38 yards.

    The third-year player has unquestioned talent, but he must show this year he can hold up physically after such a big workload last year. Itís too early to panic, but this month has been concerning for Texans fans. (And Fosterís fantasy owners.)

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    Default Re: Arian Foster reaggravates hamstring injury

    Hope he is ok, just took him #1.

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    Default Re: Arian Foster reaggravates hamstring injury

    I hope he's not ok. At least for week 1.

    That's all. Im sure they're hoping the same for Peyton.

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    It won't make a difference if he's there or not Tate is pretty good as well the Colts have a way of making no name RB's popular. After all it was against us Foster broke out in the first place.

    Or they could just lob it to Andre Johnson.

    Defense better show up in this game they didn't in last year's opener.

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    Default Re: Arian Foster reaggravates hamstring injury

    Really this will probably nag him all year... that is one reason I hesitated taking Miles Austin... I think it will affect his numbers a lot... Tate will probably end up seeing an increase in numbers.... Foster will get his but probably will not be anywhere close to what it was last year...
    Why so SERIOUS

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    It won't make a difference if he's there or not Tate is pretty good as well the Colts have a way of making no name RB's popular. After all it was against us Foster broke out in the first place.

    Or they could just lob it to Andre Johnson.

    Defense better show up in this game they didn't in last year's opener.
    I, (granted a former college qb) could lob the ball to Andre Johnson and he could get a hundred yards in a game. He is just that good, seriously matt schaub should be paying a portion of his salary to Johnson.

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