Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Texans RB Arian Foster cleared to play

Arian FosterPay per head sportsbooks found out that on Saturday night, Houston Texans RB Arian Foster returned to Twitter and said that he was medically cleared to play.

During the 2013 season, Foster was working through several injuries, including a back injury when he was finally finishing his year. The player had surgery in November, playing the season’s last game in Week 8 in Kansas City. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that early in the game, the player tweaked his back on a passing down, something that led then-Texans backup running back Ben Tate finish the game despite suffering broken ribs. On Saturday, Tate left the Texans and agreed to a contract with the Cleveland Browns.

And for those wondering, I’ve been medically cleared by my doctor.
– Arian Foster (@ArianFoster) March 16, 2014

Price per head services remember that Foster started the 2013 preseason with a calf strain that caused him to start training camp on the list of players who were physically unable to perform. His calf healed, but then a back injury surfaced and he wasn’t able to practice. He was ready for the beginning of the regular season, but saw that his carries were limited as the staff worked him back into his rotation. The player finished the season with one touchdown and 542 yards on 121 carries.

The player saw various specialists, hoping to avoid surgery, but pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they learned that he ultimately had to go under the knife to fix a lumbar spinal problem. The surgery was performed last November in California by Dr. Robert Watkins.

On March 4, 2013, Foster took a break from Twitter, sending that day his last tweet at 4:14 a.m. But he remained on Instagram and Facebook, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that on February 8 he posted a video of himself doing a back flip.

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Pay per head sportsbooks learned that on Sunday he returned to Twitter, where he once posted a picture of an MRI, much to the displeasure of his then-coach Gary Kubiak, with a reply to his mother, who was demanding that he continue his Tweets. Foster’s reply was “no,” and the player was interacting with fans until early Sunday morning.