Former Texan running back Arian Foster released a letter via Uninterrupted announcing his retirement. Foster 30, is a 4x Pro Bowler(2010-2012, 2014) a 2x NFL rushing touchdowns leader(2010-2012). Despite being ranked 24th among running backs in the 2009 NFL Draft, Foster went undrafted. Signed with the Houston Texans. Holds Texans franchise records for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. On October 25, 2015 in a lose to the Miami Dolphins, Foster suffered a torn Achilles tendon. The Texans released Foster March 2016. On July 18, 2016 the former Texan signed a one year $1.5 million deal with the Dolphins, which was the last team he played against before injury. The new Dolphins running back rushed for 55 yards in four games before getting injured. "There comes a time in every athlete's career when their ambition and their body are no longer on the same page. I've reach that point." Foster also said: "I am walking away in peace. I know it is not commonplace to do it midseason but my body just can't take the punishment this game asks for any longer." The retirement is effective immediately. Arian Foster former teammate Johnathan Joseph comments after Texans game versus the Broncos: "Foster was a great running back with the Texans as far as all time. He was great, unique guy off the field with some strong beliefs. He had a great frame of mind and I just wish him well in the future. That's the way football works though. Everybody has a different life span in this league. Obviously he did it for a long time in this league so he really didn't have anything left to prove." We here at martyarnold.com wish Mr. Foster all the best in his future endeavors. Stay tuned for more updates.
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