The Facts: According to Chronicle staffer Aaron Wilson, the Texans will likely have to wait until the start of the regular season or perhaps the sixth game of the year for Foreman to fully recover from a torn Achilles suffered in December.
Diehards Line: Foreman suffered a season-ending ruptured Achilles tendon while scoring a touchdown in the 11th game against Arizona. He underwent surgery and has been undergoing intense rehabilitation. HC Bill O'Brien previously expressed hope the second-year back would be able to get some work in during training camp, but Wilson clearly believes a spending training camp -- and perhaps the first six weeks of the season -- on PUP is possible. When Foreman is healthy, he’ll compete with Lamar Miller for the starting job. The Texans are expected to add another back in the draft.