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Arian Foster Just Changed The Videobomb Game
Fantasy football roundtable: How to proceed with Arian Foster, more
Arian Foster The indoor Segway videobomb is not one you see every day. Props to Foster, too, for the slow turn and dismissive look as he accelerates away. Very refined. (Thanks to @HoustonTexans for sharing.)
RB Arian Foster has passed 5000 yards in his career. He is the 13th fastest to reach that mark in NFL history. #Texans
"They had a game plan going in about how much they wanted me to play and they were trying to ease me back into it, but my competitive nature, of course you want to be in," Foster said. [+] Enlarge Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Running back Arian Foster was frustrated after getting only 18 carries and sharing time with Ben Tate in the Texans' opening win at San Diego. "It's getting to crunch time, it's the fourth quarter and you want to be out there," Foster said. "It's getting to crunch time, it's the fourth quarter and you want to be out there. But this is kind of how it played out. In my opinion, you would be concerned with a player that's happy he's not in there in the last minutes of the game when the game is on the line." Foster rushed 18 times for 57 yards in the Texans' Monday night win at San Diego. To make the biggest comeback in franchise history and win 31-28, the Texans had to turn to their passing game at a higher volume than they usually do. They threw the ball to Foster six times, with him catching four of the passes. Foster shared plenty of playing time with backup Ben Tate , who ran nine times for 55 yards.
Arian Foster says he took benefits
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Arian Foster: RBs 'chess pieces'
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Arian Foster proves athletes Segway videobombing is a trend
814304565_medium Flood: David Wilson has the tools to be an elite fantasy running back. However, he's a better fantasy player than a real football player. He's a steal at his current ADP if he receives ample carries, but his poor pass protection and blocking skills scare me. I'm sure Eli and Tom Coughlin are also concerned. Wilson is the type of player who could be having a monster season, but one fumble and one missed blocking assignment would result in him losing carries and playing time.
Arian Foster Says He Took Money At Tennessee: Report (VIDEO)
"They really have us hoodwinked into thinking taking money is wrong as a college athlete. It's wrong for us, but it's not wrong for them. I guarantee every NCAA official has a (BMW) or Benz or something. That's not wrong, but it's wrong for me to get $20 to get something to eat? Dez Bryant couldn't get taken out to dinner by Deion Sanders, his mentor, he sat out a whole season because of that?
Phillip Fulmer: I wasn't aware of Arian Foster pay
092213-arian-foster-tennessee-file EDT September 22, 2013 Tennessee's Arian Foster runs out of a tackle by UCLA's Aaron Ware for a 22-yard gain during 2nd quarter action at the Rose Bowl. (Photo: Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports) Story Highlights Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer said he wasn't aware Arian Foster was getting money Foster said that money didn't come from coaches, but from "side people" Foster's original claims came in the EPIX documentary "Schooled: The Price of College Sports" SHARE 7 CONNECT 9 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer says he wasn't aware of Houston Texans running back Arian Foster ever receiving money during his college career. "As the head coach at Tennessee for 17 years, I took great pride in having a program that was NCAA compliant, as did our staff and administration," Fulmer said in a statement released to the Associated Press on Sunday. "If we knew of a violation, big or small, we reported it." Foster, now a running back with the Houston Texans, says in an upcoming documentary he "was getting money on the side" during his senior year at Tennessee. Fulmer coached Foster at Tennessee from 2005-08. NCAA PLAYER PROTEST: More murky than meaningful Sports Illustrated first reported Foster's comments in the EPIX documentary "Schooled: The Price of College Sports." Foster expanded on his comments Friday and said the money he received didn't come from a coach.
Toward the end of the month, you run out every month. It's a problem all across America. It's just when you play top-tier Division I football, there's people that are willing to help you out. I got helped out." In the clip of the documentary that appeared on Sports Illustrated's website, Foster says he once complained to a coach about how he had no food or money, and that the coach responded by giving about 50 tacos to him and a handful of friends. Muscato said the documentary is an examination of college sports through the scope of athletes' rights. "They have us feeling like that's wrong (to get paid)," Foster said Friday.