It appears that the first official (or at least publicized) visit Arian Foster will take since being cut by the Texans will be to the very place where he suffered the injury that ended his 2015 season.
Even if the visit in Miami goes well, that doesn't mean Arian's going to sign there, or anywhere else, anytime soon.
#Dolphins unlikely to sign Arian Foster after tomorrow, since he can't go full-speed yet. But they'll get to know him, put wheels in motion— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 28, 2016
Arian Foster still a few months out from being fully cleared following his Achilles injury. But sounds like rehab is going well.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 28, 2016
Was told two weeks ago that Arian Foster won't be signing with anyone, anytime soon. Wants to get completely healthy. Could late May, June.— Jason Cole (@JasonColeBR) March 28, 2016
I'm still far too much of an Arian Foster fan to hope for anything except for him to find success somewhere else, and I hope it happens with him looking like the player he was all those years here in Houston. To borrow a turn of phrase, there's still nothing but love on this end.
There's no doubt the Dolphins have a glaring need at running back, thanks in large part to Lamar Miller's decision to sign with the Texans a few weeks ago. Do you think Miami is a good fit for Foster? Or should he be focusing on other possible landing spots?