Arian Foster is "day-to-day"

Arian Foster was back at practice on Wednesday afternoon.

The sixth-year running back, who missed Sunday's win at Cleveland because of a groin injury is "day-to-day" according to Bill O'Brien. On the official Wednesday practice report, Foster was listed as a limited participant. When the head coach was asked about whether or not he was happy the Pro Bowler was on the field with the team, O'Brien said "I like it when all the guys are out there."

Foster suffered the injury in the loss to Philadelphia in Week 9. In his place against the Browns, Alfred Blue rushed a franchise record 36 times for 156 yards.

Foster's gained 822 yards on the ground this season, which is the third-best mark in the NFL. He's also scored 10 touchdowns in 2014 and is averaging 102.75 rushing yards per game.

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