Foreman had a tryout with the Seahawks on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The 25-year-old appeared in six games for Tennessee last season and totaled 22 carries for 95 yards while also catching a five-yard touchdown. Foreman had 410 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns over 10 games as a rookie for Houston in 2017, but he's failed to have much of an impact otherwise across the past three seasons.
Foreman totaled 22 carries for 95 yards across six regular-season games in 2020 with the Titans. He added one reception for five yards and a touchdown. Foreman entered the season without a team, but he joined the Titans' practice squad and was elevated to the active roster within a month. Though he was splitting backup reps with Jeremy McNichols, Foreman showed flashes of promise as a runner by ripping off a few carries of more than 10 yards. Most importantly, Foreman proved capable of staying healthy, something he struggled to do after tearing his Achilles and biceps within his first three years in the league. He signed a one-year deal to join the Titans, meaning he will be a restricted free agent once the Titans' playoff run concludes.
Foreman (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. The 24-year-old joined the active roster in early November and had 22 carries for 95 yards over the past six games, but he won't be suiting up for Sunday's contest. Jeremy McNichols will serve as the backup to Derrick Henry, and the return of Darrynton Evans from injured reserve should push Foreman even further down the depth chart.
Foreman (knee) was a full participant during Thursday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Foreman was unable to practice in any capacity Wednesday, so the fact that he was fully cleared is a positive sign for his Week 13 availability. Now that the Texas product appears fully healthy, he's expected to continue to split the reps left behind Derrick Henry with Jeremy McNichols for Sunday's game against Cleveland.
Foreman (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Radio reports. Foreman has been splitting the backfield reps left over behind workhorse Derrick Henry with Jeremy McNichols. If Foreman's knee injury doesn't heal up in time for Sunday's game against the Browns, McNichols would likely see a few extra touches in his change-of-pace role.
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|4||10/03||@New York Jets||20||18.00|
|7||10/24||Kansas City Chiefs||25||19.32|
|9||11/07||@Los Angeles Rams||6||14.56|
|10||11/14||New Orleans Saints||2||13.00|
|12||11/28||@New England Patriots||21||18.88|
|16||12/23||San Francisco 49ers||7||14.75|
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