Arian Foster "More Than Likely" To Be Ready For Houston Texans Training Camp

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The Texans' running back provides an update on his strained calf and divulges what he's doing to accelerate the healing process.

Arian Foster was in California last week shooting a commercial. While on the set, he spoke with FoxSports.com about how the calf he injured during OTAs is faring. Thanks in part to daily sessions in a hyperbaric chamber, Foster reports all's well:

"Yeah, it’s going good man," Foster told FOXSports.com in an exclusive interview on the set of a Foot Locker Under Armour commercial. "It’s just a small calf strain. News is dry in the offseason, so it made headlines."

When asked if he’ll be ready for training camp, Foster quipped: "Yeah, more than likely."

Arian also talked about his diet and feelings about Vonta Leach potentially returning to the Texans, so the piece is worth a read.

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