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Arian Foster on E60

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Just watched a 30 minute story on him and was really entertained by it.  A really humble guy and determined.  To bad he has a bad uni on. . . .

 

 

I had to laugh at the end of the show when he was talking to a bunch of high schoolers at a school and he said: "Don't listen to the adults." Taken out of context it was pretty bad, but apparently one of his early teachers asked what he wanted for a career and he said play in the NFL and the teacher said, that's not really realistic so what else do you want to be.  His reply was why is that not realistic?  Why is the kids who say they want to be a doctor or lawyer realistic but playing in the NFL isn't.

 

 

Made me think.

 

Good guy off the field. . . .enemy on Sundays

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E:60 has some really good stories.  As for Foster and the Texans, they have some great character guys on their team.  People like Andre, Foster, JJ Watt, etc. are all really classy guys that you want to see do well (except when they play us).

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