Former Tennessee running back Arian Foster returned to the Tennessee football program for the first time in a decade this past weekend during the Florida game. Foster and Tennessee haven’t had the best of relationships over the stretch of time. In 2013, Foster admitted that he had received money while at Tennessee in the “Schooled: […]
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One of the more successful – and controversial – Vols in the NFL is calling it a career.
Former Tennessee players have been cashing in this offseason in the NFL.
Running back Arian Foster, who is the Houston Texans’ all-time leader in rushing yards and rushing touchdown, was cut by the franchise on Wednesday morning.
Arian Foster claimed in a recent interview that he was paid roughly $50,000 by boosters while playing football at Tennessee, and then denied it on Twitter.