Texans running back Arian Foster is "back to normal" after a heart scare and expected to play Sunday at Indianapolis.
Foster was forced to leave Sunday’s loss to the Vikings due to an irregular heartbeat. On Monday he tweeted: "I appreciate all the concern and support. I am doing well. Saw a cardiologist today and everything is back to normal."
Houston coach Gary Kubiak told the Houston Chronicle that Foster underwent tests Monday and they “look to be positive. We expect him to be back."
Foster has rushed for 1,328 yards this season with 14 TDs.