D’Onta Foreman’s court date rescheduled

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D’Onta Foreman’s court has been once again pushed back. But it will still take place during the Houston Texans’ current season.

Houston Texans’ rookie running back D’Onta Foreman has been off to a very good start this season.

Foreman has looked very elusive and explosive as the Texans’ second-string running back behind Lamar Miller.

Despite the positive start to the season, Foreman has some off the field issues to take care of after being arrested back in July for possession of marijuana as well as a weapon.

Foreman was supposed to appear in court during training camp, but he was able to get the date pushed back to September.

Now it looks like Foreman’s court day has been pushed back once again. This time to November 1st.

November 1st is a Wednesday. So Foreman will likely have to miss a day of practice if the court date doesn’t get pushed back again.

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There is optimism from Foreman’s lawyer that the charges will end up getting dropped since he has a permit for the weapon he was carrying and the marijuana was his friend’s.

The good news is that Foreman hasn’t allowed his off the field drama affect the way he’s performed on the field.

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Many fans believe that Foreman should start over Miller, but he’s only averaging 3.3 yards per carry, while Miller is averaging is 3.7 yards per carry.

The Texans’ issues with their ground game have to do more with their offensive line, rather than Miller or Foreman.