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Arian Foster was part of the 2004 signing class at Tennessee, where he was red-shirted his first season before becoming the three-year starting running back for the Vols. After a handful of setbacks and injuries, Foster attempted a comeback in his junior season, during which he took over as the main back for the team. In 2009, he furthered his career by signing on with the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent before making his NFL debut against the Tennessee Titans later the same year. Foster solidified his reputation when he became the replacement starting running back in the opening game of the Texans’ 2010 season, during which he broke the record for most rushing yards by a Houston player in one game, rushing 33 times for 231 yards and 3 touchdowns. Foster finished the 2010 season by winning the rushing title with 1,616 rushing yards and 604 receiving yards, breaking yet another Texans record. Take home a piece of Tennessee history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this autographed Riddell mini replica helmet. It has been hand-signed by Foster and comes complete with a Palm Beach Autographs Certificate of Authenticity, making the perfect addition to any fanatic’s domain!
- 4-point chinstrap
- Approximately 6 1/2" x 4" x 5"
- Authentically hand-signed
- Certificate of Authenticity included
- Due to the individual nature of this product, variations may occur
- Limited edition collectible
- Officially licensed collegiate product
- Realistic interior foam padding
- Steel polyvinyl-coated facemask
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