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It was widely reported this morning that the Houston Texans and two-twim pro bowl running back Arian Foster has agreed to terms on a new contract to keep him in town for five years. The terms of the deal have now been released and Foster is slated to earn $43.5 million, with $20.75 million guaranteed, $18 million this year and $30 million over the first three years of the deal. Not a bad haul for the most underpaid player in the league the past two seasons. Foster will make more by halftime of week 1 of next season than he made all of 2011. Many believed that the Texans would place the franchise tag on Foster at $7.7 million this year while the team tried to figure out a way to keep free agent defensive end Mario Williams in a Houston uniform for the foreseeable future, but they’ve apparently decided to go another direction. This contract has a few in Texans nation saying they aren’t sure about it, but as a Texans writer, I can tell you, they got a steal. Let me explai...
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