In a tweet provided by Brian T. Smith of the Houston Chronicle, we are able to see Houston Texans running back Arian Foster still doesn’t have much to say to the Houston media on Thursday.
— Brian T. Smith (@ChronBrianSmith) August 21, 2014
Foster was asked six questions and his responses to questions on his health and how he had felt lately went like this:
“I’m feeling good.”
“I’m feeling good, man.”
He was also asked would be be playing on Saturday. Foster’s response?
“I’m just going to keep working man, and however the chips fall, they will.”
Then he was asked about is practicing against the Broncos was beneficial. He said:
“Extremely beneficial, in all the ways it can be beneficial.”
He had a few more short things to say, but it was basically a repeat of the other quotes listed above according to the tweet.
I really don’t care if Foster talks or not, but it would be nice to know how he was really feeling with the season starting in just a couple weeks. The Texans open against the Washington Redskins in Week 1.
Even as this continues, I don’t see Foster really saying much to the media all season, and that’s fine. It is his choice, but at least all of us know he wants to be the best teammate he can be, and he’s just going to keep working.
That’s all Texans fans can really ask for, right? His performance on the field is what matters most when it comes to professional football.
It should be a fun season seeing how Foster plays on the field this season, and if he can avoid another season ending injury, he could be a top back in the NFL again. For his sake and the sake of the Texans offense I hope he does, because he might end up being the most important part of the offense in ’14.