On July 30, Arian Foster gave a particularly repetitive interview with media at Houston Texans training camp in which he expressed a desire to be a good teammate. It was a textbook example of how to answer an assortment of questions the same way 11 times in 90 seconds. The footage will likely be shown at rookie symposiums for years to come as an illustration of professionalism.
The Texans cheerleaders were as impressed as everyone else with Foster’s singular focus on being a good teammate. Judging by this footage, they’ve incorporated a similar philosophy into their own media relations strategy.
I’d love to shake the hand of the cameraman here. Mostly in an attempt to combat the existing shakiness.