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08:01 AM ET 09.15 | Arian Foster may be tired of the attention his injured hamstring has drawn, but he's clearly feeling optimistic. Yes, Arian Foster practiced Wednesday. Suddenly blessed with at least a few capable options at running back, the Texans welcomed back the NFL's reigning rushing champion. According to a few of his teammates, Foster, who said Wednesday he "felt good," looked as fine as ever. Then again, that's what he said at various points last week -- before he missed the season-opening 34-7 rout of Indianapolis. But Wednesday was different. Foster ran with the first team, participating throughout the practice -- which wasn't the case last week. No decision has been made on whether he plays Sunday at Miami.

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September 15, 2011  08:12 AM ET

And... May not.

September 15, 2011  08:14 AM ET

This should make all the Fantasy Football owners who drafted him happy.

September 15, 2011  08:39 AM ET

Play him a little, but don't risk another injury. The Texans can squish the Fish without him.

September 15, 2011  09:09 AM ET

CHICO.. read the threads last night?, if not I suggest you do, everyone on here should....


I AM WAITING FOR THE APOLOGY

September 15, 2011  09:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

This should make all the Fantasy Football owners who drafted him happy.

Doesnt matter now.....It's a RB by committee now. Ben Tate is out to prove something.

September 15, 2011  09:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

CHICO.. read the threads last night?, if not I suggest you do, everyone on here should....I AM WAITING FOR THE APOLOGY

I apologize for the day you appear to be having.

September 15, 2011  10:08 AM ET

Really hope this guy reinjures that hammy. I have Ben Tate.

September 15, 2011  10:42 AM ET

If the Texans watched the tape from Monday, they may not run the ball once.

 
September 15, 2011  10:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

If the Texans watched the tape from Monday, they may not run the ball once.

Why not? Danny Woodhead got good run yardage pretty much anytime he touched the ball. The Pats passing game wasn't the only thing the Dolphins couldn't deal with.

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