During the early 2010’s, Arian Foster was easily one of the most prolific and dominant runningbacks in the NFL. The former Texans star could easily be mentioned in the same breath as guys like Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson, but injuries sideline what was set to be one heck of a career.

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Foster will, however, be given another shot at glory after falling out of favor–and eventually off the payroll–in Houston. He’s signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins, and will become the team’s primary ball-carrier. If he stays healthy, there’s a pretty good chance he returns to his Pro Bowl form during the 2016-2017 season.


Just how dominant was Foster during the early portion of his career? Spanning from the 2010-2011 season to the 2014-2015, Foster recorded four 1,000-yard rushing seasons, and amassed 50 touchdowns, easily rising to prominence as one of the game’s most feared backs.

Last season, however, Foster struggled to stay healthy, and he saw his productivity plummet, forcing the Texans to let go of their oft-injured star. The Dolphins will try to reap the benefits of the impatient maneuver, which might not be so difficult a task. A Ryan Tannehill and (healthy) Arian Foster backfield will likely pose problems for many a defense.