Arian Foster, the former Houston Texan running back who helped turn the Texans to legitimate playoff contenders this decade, is reportedly ready to sign to a team that wants him and will be ready once camp comes.
Foster, who was once considered to be one of the NFL’s top running backs, has had the last two out of three seasons take him down to injury, in which last year he tore his Achilles tendon and missed the last 12 games and the playoffs. According to a source close to the Texans, Foster is ‘hungry’ to return to form.
Free agent running back Arian Foster expects to be healthy for 2016 training camp and is “hungry” to regain his 2012 form, according to a source close to the former Houston Texan.
At least three teams have recently inquired about Foster, who tore his Achilles in late October.
The Texans released the tailback in March. But Foster, 29, is inching closer to a return and is evaluating potential fits, including teams with dual-threat running back capabilities.