Arian Foster still a game-time decision

Arian Foster was limited on Thursday in practice.

When Bill O'Brien was asked whether or not the Pro Bowl running back, as well as punter Shane Lechler would be game-time decisions his response was simple.

"I would say so," O'Brien said. "Yeah, I wouldn't say we'd have that decided like tonight."

Because of a hamstring injury, Foster was limited last week in practice as well, and wound up being inactive for the loss to the Giants. He said he felt good on Sunday morning during the pregame warmups, but that he was unable to play.

Lechler is listed as having a hip injury, and he was hurt on Sunday when the Giants blocked a second half punt.

Foster has 55 carries for 241 yards in a pair of games this season.

Lechler, meanwhile, has a 50.9 gross yards per punt in 2014.

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