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Texans Place RB Arian Foster On Season-Ending Injured Reserve

Update:

The Houston Texans made it official on Tuesday as they announced that RB Arian Foster has been placed on season-ending injured reserve.

Houston will move forward with a backfield that consists of Ben Tate and Dennis Johnson. Given that Tate is dealing with a rib injury, it makes sense that Johnson would see a decent amount of work in the coming weeks.

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Texans interim coach Wade Phillips wouldn’t confirm or deny that RB Arian Foster needs season-ending back surgery, per Tania Ganguli.

  • Phillips did mention that Foster has a “disk issue,” but didn’t have any more to add than that.

With Foster almost certainly out for the year, Ben Tate takes over and will have an opportunity to showcase his ability ahead of free agency, as he’ll be an unrestricted free agent after the season.

We’ll have to see if the Texans elect to do anything with Foster’s contract during the offseason.

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Ian Rapoport reports that the Houston Texans are expected to place RB Arian Foster on season-ending injured reserve some time next week.

  • Rapoport adds that a final decision could come either Wednesday or Thursday.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Foster has a bulging disc in back that is expected to require surgery.

Foster met with numerous back specialists, but couldn’t find a single doctor who didn’t recommend that he under surgery on his on his back.

 

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