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D'Onta Foreman back at practice

D'Onta Foreman hopes to make his NFL debut on Sunday. The Texans rookie running back returned to practice on Wednesday and said he felt "100 percent."

"I just want to go out there and play hard, like always, and just contribute as much as I can to the team and do everything that the coaches ask me to do and try to get a win," Foreman said.

Foreman had a standout preseason showing before missing the final game at New Orleans. Despite being a full participant in Wednesday's practice, his status remains uncertain for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.

"If he plays, if he's active on Sunday, we'll see how it goes, but Lamar's (Miller) the main guy and we'll go from there," head coach Bill O'Brien said Wednesday.

Foreman recorded the longest run (41 yards) and longest reception (63 yards) of the Texans preseason and also added a team-high 93 yards rushing, 72 yards receiving and a touchdown.

The Texans will host the Jacksonville Jaguars in their 2017 season opener at NRG Stadium. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. on CBS and SportsRadio 610.

Check out photos of the Houston Texans practicing for their upcoming game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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