In my book, there is nothing as funny as calling someone “haircut” after they get a haircut. It never gets old. So if I were a member of the Houston Texans, I would spend the entire wildcard weekend calling Arian Foster “haircut” because he had the Texans’ logo shaved into his head. “What’s up haircut?” I’d say to the all-pro running back. If we were lucky, my teasing wouldn’t throw Foster off his game and hurt our chances at beating the Bengals. Let’s just say it’s a good thing I’m not a Houston Texan.
He is a frequent target for abuse.
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He refused a breathalyzer test.
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