Arian Foster
Arian Foster.jpg
Foster with the Houston Texans in 2010 game
Date of birth August 24 1986 (1986-08-24) (age 34)
Place of birth Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.s.
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight 229 pounds (104 kg)
Current status: Retired
No. 37, 23, 29
Position Running back
College Tennessee
Undrated in 2009
Career highlights
Notable career highlights
Coaching Record / Statistics
Career player statistics (if any)
Rushing Attempts     1,476
Rush YDS     6,527
Receptions/Receiving YDS     255 / 2,346
Playing stats Pro Football Reference
Stats at NFL.com
Team(s) as a player (if any)
2009-2015
2016

Houston Texans
Miami Dolphins

Team(s) as a coach/administrator (if any)

Arian Lee Foster (born August 24, 1986) is a former American football running back and current musical artist under the name Bobby Feeno. He played college football at the University of Tennessee, and was signed by the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL) as an undrafted free agent in 2009. Foster was known for his signature Namaste bow, which he frequently performed after scoring touchdowns.[1] Foster holds the Texans franchise records for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns, and also played for the Miami Dolphins. Foster announced his retirement from the NFL on October 24, 2016.

NFL career statistics

Legend
Led the league
Bold Career high
Year Team GP Rushing Receiving
Att Yds Avg Y/G Lng TD Rec Yds Avg Lng TD
2009 HOU 6 54 257 4.8 42.8 24 3 8 93 11.6 20 0
2010 HOU 16 327 1,616 4.9 101.0 74 16 66 604 9.2 50 2
2011 HOU 13 278 1,224 4.4 94.2 43 10 53 617 11.6 78 2
2012 HOU 16 351 1,424 4.1 89.0 46 15 40 217 5.4 23 2
2013 HOU 8 121 542 4.5 67.8 23 1 22 183 8.3 41 1
2014 HOU 13 260 1,246 4.8 95.8 51 8 38 327 8.6 56 5
2015 HOU 4 63 163 2.6 40.8 16 1 22 227 10.3 32 2
2016 MIA 4 22 55 2.5 13.8 9 0 6 78 13.0 50 0
Career 80 1,476 6,527 4.4 81.6 74 54 255 2,346 9.2 78 14

NFL records

  • Most rushing yards against the Indianapolis Colts: (231)[2]
  • Most rushing yards in first three playoff games of career: (425)[3]
  • Most rushing yards in first four playoff games of career: (515) (tied with Terrell Davis)[4]
  • First player in NFL history to have 100+ rushing yards in his first three postseason games[5]

Texans franchise records

  • Most career rushing yards (6,472)[6]
  • Most career rushing touchdowns (54)[6]
  • Most rushing yards in a single season: 1,616[7]
  • Most rushing touchdowns in a single season: 16[7]


References

  1. McCurdy, Jim (September 19, 2010). McCurdy: Arian Foster bows to show respect.
  2. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named ColtsFoster
  3. Arian Foster on historic postseason run (in en-US) (January 8, 2013).
  4. Soloman, Jerome (March 4, 2016). Arian Foster's blend of talent, personality will be hard to replace (in en-US).
  5. Smith, Tim (September 14, 2018). Houston Texans get 140 yards from running back Arian Foster to beat Cincinnati Bengals in AFC wild card playoff game pp. 5–11. Routledge.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Houston Texans Career Rushing Leaders (in en).
  7. 7.0 7.1 Houston Texans Single-Season Rushing Leaders (in en).

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