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By Christopher Pryor, Texans Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 3:06pm EDT

After spending the last couple of days on the sideline, Arian Foster returned to action on the fifth day of training camp. During his absence, O'Brien had said that the Texans were simply being cautious with Foster, so it is good to see him back on the field in a timely manner (Source: Houston Chronicle)

Fantasy Impact: Prospective owners can breathe a sigh of relief, as the Texans featured back seems to be over the hamstring/back issues that ailed him Sunday. However, they are not out of the woods yet, as Foster still must demonstrate that he is fully removed from the chronic problems that necessitated season-ending surgery last season. It would be wise to continually monitor his status as camp progresses.

By Christopher Pryor, Texans Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 6:11pm EDT

During a group session on Sunday, Arian Foster began favoring his left hamstring and back. After stepping to the side and receiving some attention from a trainer, he tried one more rep on the field before calling it quits. He was given a cart ride back to NRG stadium. Head coach Bill O'Brien said afterwards "as far as I know he's OK." (Source: CBS Houston)

Fantasy Impact: Although much too early to sound the alarm, this news is certainly disconcerting for those looking to draft the six-year veteran. Foster is expected to be leaned upon heavily in all aspects of the offense, so the fact that he couldn't make it through two days of training camp without injury is cause for concern. Granted, several players experienced cramps today as their bodies continue to adjust to Houston's heat and humidity, but Foster should be monitored to make sure that this does not become a trend or cause him to miss substantial time.

Fantasy Sports LR | Aug 1st
Another hammy issue in camp is troubling for Foster, who can't seem to stay healthy. Nevertheless, if he gives owners 16 games he is a bargain at the end of round one.
Rotoworld | Aug 1st
Arian Foster (undisclosed) is sidelined again at Texans camp.
ProFootballTalk | Aug 1st
Running back Arian Foster’s return to the field at Texans training camp turned out to be a brief one. Foster practiced on Thursday after sitting out two days with what’s believed to be a hamstring injury, but he was back on the sidelines on Friday. Coach Bill O’Brien didn’t elaborate on the change in status…
RotoWire.com | Aug 1st
Arian Foster: Foster is dealing with an unspecified issue that coach Bill O'Brien described as "kind of a day-to-day thing." Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 1st
Solid 4.5 YPC in injury-plagued '13, but HOU offense limited TD opps, which is still a concern
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 1st
When you draft Foster you draft for his incredible upside. He is 28 and coming off back surgery, but I would love to have Foster on my bench with his awesome upside.
The Fantasy Fix | Aug 1st
Houston Texans Texans star RB Arian Foster was back on the injury report this week. He was forced to miss practice time with a tweaked hamstring. Foster returned to action today in full pads. The 28-year-old back spent most of last season on the injury report. He dealt with a plethora of injuries and eventually […]
The New York Times | Aug 1st
Recent hamstring issue a reminder he struggled with injuries last summer/season.
Breaking Football | Jul 31st
Foster was a downer in 2013 but he's a prime bounce back candidate. With Ryan Fitzpatrick under center, Houston will have to be run heavy to compete.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
Coming off of back surgery, it's hard to predict what kind of player Foster will be in 2014. His high volume of work in recent seasons gives you concern but if you can get him as the 15th back off the board or close, I wouldn't hesitate.
ESPN | Jul 28th
Ken Daube explains why Arian Foster is still worth the risk as a potential first-round running back.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Will push for top five by draft day
ESPN | Jul 23rd
Christopher Harris and Eric Karabell go head-to-head on whether Arian Foster is a first-round pick in 2014.
Rotoprofessor | Jul 22nd
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) After being limited to just 8 games in 2013 due to a back injury, there is at least a shadow of doubt hanging over Arian Foster. However, that only adds to the potential draft day appeal. We all know
FantasySharks | Jul 17th
We are going to focus on two players at the same position that might be on the draft board when your pick rolls around. This breakdown will make your decision just a little bit easier on draft day. Let’s check out Arian Foster and DeMarco Murray.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
He's coming off back surgery, but should be ready for training camp and should be the starting back in Houston. I would hesitate to draft him in the first five rounds, there are a lot of concerns about health and overuse from 2010 to 2012 that is causing these injuries to surface. The Texans also have an awful quarterback situation and an unhappy Andre Johnson, which could create a lot of defenders in the box.
KFFL | Jun 10th
Houston Texans RB Arian Foster's role as the go-to back is a thing of the past, if you listen to head coach Bill O'Brien. Cory is listening, but does he trust the Bill Belichick disciple?