Monday September 22nd, 2014

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster said on Monday that he is 'day-to-day' with a hamstring injury that kept him out of the team's Week 3 loss to the New York Giants and limited him in practice last week, according to the Texans' official website.

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Foster was reported as saying that his hamstring felt 'good,' but he also stressed the complexity of hamstring injuries:

Hamstrings are the hardest thing to gauge because you don't know how it's going to fatigue, how it's going to react to a certain cut...You never know, but it felt really good.

Foster picked up 241 yards and a touchdown on 55 carries in Houston's first two games this season, both wins. First-year back Alfred Blue took Foster's spot on Sunday against the Giants, running 13 times for 76 yards, including a 46-yard dash in the third quarter.

Foster's 2013 season was shortened by an injury that led to back surgery late last year.

The Giants defeated the Texans, 30-17. 

- Christopher Woody


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