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To play or not to play? The first week of the fantasy season doesn’t bring us too many large concerns. But Scott Engel and Adam Ronis are still focused on uncertain outlooks for RG3 and Arian Foster.
You were probably hyped for “Madden 25″ already, because you love football and you love video games and you love “Madden” most of all. But prepare to become roughly 8 bajillion times more hyped because this commercial with Arian Foster and Marshawn Lynch is amazing.
Arian Foster’s availability for the start of the regular season is in doubt. How should fantasy owners adjust their first round strategies? Scott Engel and Adam Ronis have the answers.
Noted anti-social media enthusiast Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe is back at it again, folks. In a column posted yesterday about the Patriots’ divisional round matchup with the Houston Texans, he pretty much goes to town on the Texans for being an awful football team. Arian Foster disagrees, so he made a section of the article his Twitter avatar.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano returned to the sidelines today after missing much of the season battling leukemia. Arian Foster scored a touchdown in the game, and decided to pay tribute to Chuck. GIF of Foster being a very nice man, after the jump.
Arian Foster left Sunday’s game against the Vikings — an eventual loss — with an irregular heartbeat. Naturally, if you’re a little girl named Macie who loves the Texans, this situation calls for an irresistibly cute get well card.
Right now, the only football we have is the NFL preseason. And despite some fun things to look for here and there… it’s the preseason. NFL-televising networks need to remind us that the real stuff is around the corner to keep excitement levels up. Above is ESPN’s attempt to do just that for Monday Night Football. We need more Gronk and we need him now. [Front Row]
Despite my bitchy, bitchy headline, this is very cool: Texans running back Arian Foster just signed a five-year, $43.5 million contract to stay in Houston. When he was a 7-year-old kid growing up in Albuquerque, he told each of his family members what he’d buy them once he struck it rich in the NFL; for his mom, it was a fruit basket. His relatives always ribbed him about it, asking him when they’d get their gifts.
Tuesday, Foster’s mom, Bernadette Sizemore, got her gift: a fruit basket delivered to her office at the University of New Mexico, where she’s an administrative assistant for African-American students. Says Sizemore: “I was just really floored. It’s funny, it’s a joke. But it’s also so profound in so many ways.”