RTC: Arian Foster on film and on Anheuser-Busch

Reading the coverage of the Houston Texans...

Texans' running back Arian Foster drew notice for his performance on the field on Sunday, and then for his performance on Twitter on Tuesday.

We'll start with the field. John Harris of HoustonTexans.com takes a look at what it means that Foster is one of the league's best one-cut runners.

Meanwhile, Sean Pendergast of the Houston Press declared Foster's fantasy owners to be one of the four winners from the weekend. He says: "So how did Bill O'Brien follow up Arian Foster's high traffic, 29-touch work fest in the season opener? Well, by having Foster touch the ball 30 times, of course. Hey, if Arian's up for the bruising, then I'm all for him sustaining it in the name of winning football."

And Foster took to Twitter to mock Anheuser-Busch's statement chastising the NFL for it's handling of "behaviors that so clearly go against our own company culture and moral code." Foster apparently believes domestic violence and alcohol are nearly synonymous.

The Texans signed outside linebacker Ricky Sapp and released outside linebacker Jason Ankrah on Tuesday, writes Dave Zangaro of CSNHouston.com. Sapp was with the Texans during training camp and last season. Ankrah was the only undrafted rookie who made the Texans' initial 53-man roster.