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Arian Foster did not practice for the Texans on Tuesday.
The reports were yesterday that Arian Foster had considered retirement following last year's season-ending back injury. The Texans know how valuable he is to this team and their rebuilding process and they are going to do whatever they can to ensure he's 100% coming into the 2014-15 season. Foster turns 28 years old later this month and is still nursing a nagging hamstring injury. He'll get another day of rest.ANALYST: Drew Phelps
Matt Duffy went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run against Milwaukee on Tuesday.
Duffy has a five-game hit streak going and has homered twice in those five games. His .361 BABIP will tail off, but he could still hit .255-.260, which is about average in mixed leagues. The real question is whether he can keep hitting for power. His HR/FB rate won’t hold, but he’s also hitting very few fly balls so far. If he elevates the ball a bit more, he could continue to provide some pop. Analysis: Brett Talley