Houston Texans running back Arian Foster says that he suffered a potentially season-ending Achilles injury during a "routine play".
Arian Foster has said that he suffered an Achilles injury during a "routine play" in the Houston Texans' defeat to the Miami Dolphins.
The running back suffered a suspected Achilles tear during the fourth quarter of the 44-26 defeat, with an MRI scheduled for tomorrow.
The 29-year-old told reporters: "Just a routine play. Trying to make a cut, gave out on me."
Head coach Bill O'Brien added: "I feel terrible for him. He's done a lot for us in the two years I've been here. I hate that part of the game."
Foster missed the first month of the season after sustaining a groin injury in pre-season.
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