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Depth with Ware on PUP.  Foreman coming off torn Achilles.

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I actually like Foreman quite a bit.

 

However, I'm starting to wonder if Ballard isn't quite comfortable enough with our top 3 RB's. We usually carry 3. Will Wilkins stick? 

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Ware is taking a injury settlement and if he plays again this year it will be with a different team.

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LOVE THIS MOVE. Was a huge fan of his and when the guys his healthy he can be a stud

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11 minutes ago, twfish said:

LOVE THIS MOVE. Was a huge fan of his and when the guys his healthy he can be a stud

Me too. I wanted him out of college. Injuries have set him back but if he is back at 100% I think he could be a stud.... But he has to prove it to make the 53.

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This really is interesting. In the update from camp today he said Williams had like 3 TD.

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Can totally see why Ballard picked him up.  Still very young and was a stud in College at least.

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Also think Reich got on the table for Foreman.  He's built like Blount and Blount did well under Reich.

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11 minutes ago, twfish said:

LOVE THIS MOVE. Was a huge fan of his and when the guys his healthy he can be a stud

Me too.  I really liked him in college.  I read where he was waived because of work ethic.  If true something definitely went wrong in Houston.  Hopefully he comes in with something to prove.  Great move by Ballard.  

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John McClain
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The Texans placed RB D’Onta Foreman on waivers. They weren’t happy with his work habits. RBs on the roster are veterans Josh Ferguson, Buddy Howell and Taiwan Jones and undrafted rookies Damarea Crockett and Karan Higdon Jr.

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I don't like the bolded of course but I'm sure he's betting on our culture and locker room.

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Love this move, they kept Ferguson over him. Have to question this football acumen. Foreman vs Williams for the 4 spot as power back should be a fun battle.

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If this works out like most of our waiver claims before the season starts it is going to be great.

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Interesting we are close to the bottom of the list for waiver claims and no one took him before us.

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Apparently, the Texans waived Foreman because of work habit issues.

 

Edit: Just saw krunk’s tweet. Oops.

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Loved the prospect in college. Obviously he’s been injured and struggling in Houston. Not expecting much but have to admit, the potential gain here is pretty exciting.

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11 minutes ago, krunk said:

John McClain
(@McClain_on_NFL)

The Texans placed RB D’Onta Foreman on waivers. They weren’t happy with his work habits. RBs on the roster are veterans Josh Ferguson, Buddy Howell and Taiwan Jones and undrafted rookies Damarea Crockett and Karan Higdon Jr.

1 day ago

 

I don't like the bolded of course but I'm sure he's betting on our culture and locker room.

The Texans have a Super Bowl Stable 

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Now thats better.  I like the physicality he can add to our stable of runners when healthy.

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He's no Chuck Foreman but a pretty good back if he can work on that attitude issue that helped lead to his waiver.

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Nice. He was one of my favorite running backs in that loaded 2017 draft class. Looking forward to seeing what he can do here.

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Liked him a lot coming into the league but I'm wary with the achilles and work ethic/attitude questions. We'll see, I guess.

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42 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

The Texans have a Super Bowl Stable 

Ha Ha!

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44 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

The Texans have a Super Bowl Stable 

I trust Ballard completely, but was thinking the same thing. If these are their backs and they cut this guy...it makes me wonder. In Ballard we trust.

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4 minutes ago, Hark said:

I trust Ballard completely, but was thinking the same thing. If these are their backs and they cut this guy...it makes me wonder. In Ballard we trust.

 

Lamar Miller is their starter, he’s a good RB.  It does fall off quick after him but they’ll pick someone up. Maybe Ajaye or even trade for Gordon.  

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6 minutes ago, Hark said:

I trust Ballard completely, but was thinking the same thing. If these are their backs and they cut this guy...it makes me wonder. In Ballard we trust.

Doesn't hurt to kick the tires.

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1 hour ago, Chloe6124 said:

Interesting we are close to the bottom of the list for waiver claims and no one took him before us.

I was thinking the same thing.

scary.  Haha

but seriously, that and the bad work habit comments dont sound  likecBallard traits.  But i guess you dont know if you dont kick the tires yourself.  Ballard is thorough, thats for sure.

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No risk move, but I prefer Williams...

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Coming off an Achilles and has a low work ethic...

If he works out, he will be nice depth behind Mack. I don't see him making much of an impact, but maybe a change of scenery was what he needed.

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8 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

This is the Texans subreddit. It is quite funny.

 

 

 

Hilarious.  I like “They’re playing 4D chess while we can’t even open the checkers box.”

 

That’s one of the few comments that can be quoted here.  

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3 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Was not expecting this.

 

 

I thought  this might happen as soon as the texans released  him. Not sure he'll make the 53 because  of his effort. Hopefully  getting  cut lit a fire in him.

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If this guy still has PS eligibility left I won’t be surprised if he is eventually put on the PS. This could be a similar situation to Collins.

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