Texans cut RB D'Onta Foreman

Frankie Taddeo

The Houston Texans have surprisingly cut 3rd year RB D'Onta Foreman early this morning. The 6'1 240 pound RB has seen both his seasons at the pro level with Texans derailed by season-ending injuries. The Texans grew frustrated with his attitude & his work ethic to recover from those injuries & feel he has a lot of growing up to do in regards to both his on & off the field work habits after consistently being late for team meetings. Those over at Fantasy Football World Championships will now see incumbent starting RB Lamar Miller's ADP begin to rise over the next several weeks of drafts, unless the Texans acquire some help in the backfield via trade or the waiver wife. Could the Texans be draft partners with the LA Chargers for disgruntled RB Melvin Gordon?! Stay tuned!

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MattBrandon
MattBrandon

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I've been saying Gordon was going to the Bucs but I could totally see the Texans making a move for him. With Watson, Gordon, Hopkins, and Will Fuller, that would be a pretty explosive offense.


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