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Running back Arian Foster returned to practice for the first time since undergoing groin surgery last month. He is not expected to play this weekend vs. Carolina.

By SI Wire
September 17, 2015

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster returned to practice on a limited basis for the first time since undergoing groin surgery, reports ESPN’s Tania Ganguli.

Foster is still not expected to play this weekend against the Carolina Panthers.

Foster sustained the injury during an Aug. 3 practice and underwent surgery four days later to repair a torn groin muscle. Foster hoped to recover in less than three months.

Head coach Bill O’Brien said he was optimistic for Foster’s return “sooner rather than later” earlier this month.

Foster, 28, ran for 1,246 yards last season with eight touchdowns on 4.8 yards per carry in 13 games. He added 327 receiving yards and five touchdowns through the air. In six seasons with the Texans after going undrafted in 2009, he has made four Pro Bowls and led the league in rushing in 2010.

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