Houston Texans running back Arian Foster had to leave practice early on Wednesday due to illness.
He missed practices last week with soreness in his leg, but didn't show signs of an injury in Houston's season opener against the Miami Dolphins. It doesn't look like there's any more to be concerned about this time, via Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle:
Texans running back Arian Foster left practice early today because he wasn't feeling well.
Coach Gary Kubiak said it was no cause for alarm and that it would not affect Foster's status for Sunday's game.
Apparently there is a bug going around the locker room. Cornerback Jonathan Joseph had it also. Kubiak indicated it wasn't a big deal.
In other Texans news, linebacker Bryan Braman returned to practice after missing time due to a hamstring injury.
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