The NFL’s leading rusher was hurt badly enough in the Pro Bowl to require surgery.
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that Texans running back Arian Foster suffered damage in the game that forced him to undergo arthroscopic surgery Wednesday. Foster hoped to avoid surgery, but the problem wouldn’t go away.
McClain reports he surgery was to repair cartilage damage and Foster would be ready in three weeks if this was the regular season. So he’ll be ready for the OTAs that probably won’t happen this offseason.