Texans running back
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Madden,” this year’s ballot pits 32 NFL legends and 32 current standouts against one another, designed to have the final round of voting be a past vs. present faceoff.
ESPN seeded 64 players and divided them evenly into “old school” vs. “new school” brackets. Foster is a 4-seed and faces 13-seed St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola in the first round of voting. If he advances, he’ll face the winner of 5-seed Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones and 12-seed New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham.
Last year, Foster openly campaigned for votes on Twitter, YouTube and other platforms. He edged Tim Tebow in the first round of voting but fell to Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson in round two.
Round one of voting opened Monday, March 11, and will conclude on Mach 20. To keep Arian Foster in the running, vote here.