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INDIANAPOLIS - The Colts understand what Arian Foster is capable of.The Indianapolis defence has focused on stopping the rush all season, but the Texans running back poses a different challenge.He has the speed and can break tackles, Colts defensive co-ordinator Greg Manusky said. Great eyes, great vision, hes great out of the backfield. Hes an individual thats a pretty good player in this league that we have to take care of this week.The Colts (9-4) can clinch the AFC South title with a win or tie over Houston (7-6) on Sunday. First, Indy must find a way to contain Foster, who has proved what he can do with big games against Indianapolis.He averages 6.4 yards a carry in games against the Colts and has topped 100 yards five times, including 109 yards — with two touchdowns — in the Colts 33-28 win on Oct. 9.Four years ago, Foster piled up 231 yards against the Colts — the last time the Indianapolis allowed a rusher more than 200 yards. Now hes one of the top running backs in the AFC and leads the conference with 92.6 yards rushing per game since 2010.For linebacker Jerrell Freeman, keeping Foster from getting into a groove is simple.Everybody just has to do their job, he said. Everybody has to know their gaps, stay in it.The Colts have held opponents under 100 yards rushing in seven of 13 games this season, but Indy allowed the Texans to run for 136 yards when the two teams met in October. Foster was upgraded to limited practice time on Thursday after missing Wednesday with a groin injury.Freeman said the best thing the Colts can do is to just stick to the same defensive approach the team has gone with all season.Just be disciplined, he said. I think thats the big thing. Be disciplined, know your job, and do your job. As long as we just play together, well be able to stop the run.Colts safety Mike Adams has seen Fosters ability unfold right in front of him before. He saw in Indys first meeting with the Texans this season when Foster scored on a 12-yard run.I see him just reading the defence and just reading us, Adams said. And thats what he does and thats what hes good at — cutting back, one stop downhill, taking off. Hes been doing that for a while and thats definitely what I see. I can see him about to make his cut or in the process of making his cut.NOTES: Sergio Brown, LaRon Landry, and Darius Butler didnt practice Thursday because of an illness. . Cornerback Vontae Davis returned to full practice after missing all last week with a concussion. . DQwell Jackson (ribs) and Mike Adams (back) was upgraded to full practice, and Erik Walden (knee) was upgraded to limited practice. . Hugh Thornton (knee) and Joe Reitz (ankle) didnt practice for the second straight day.___AP NFL websites: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Vontae Davis Jersey . 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The four-time MVP was in good spirits when he made his first public appearance on the field since having neck surgery Sept.BERLIN -- Nearly six months after sustaining serious head injuries in a skiing accident, seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher left a French hospital on Monday and was transferred to neighbouring Switzerland to continue his recovery. Schumacher "is not in a coma anymore," his manager, Sabine Kehm, said in a brief statement announcing that the German driver had left the Grenoble University Hospital, where he had been treated since his accident Dec. 29. Kehm gave no further details of his condition or medical outlook, saying only that he would "continue his long phase of rehabilitation." Schumacher left the Grenoble hospital Monday morning, said hospital spokeswoman Brigitte Polikar, who declined to give any details on his condition. He was transferred to the Lausanne University Hospital, near the Schumacher familys Swiss home. Hospital spokesman Darcy Christen confirmed the 45-year-old German was admitted but stressed that the facility wants "to ensure that he and his family fully enjoy privacy and medical confidentiality." Schumachers accident happened on a family vacation as Schumacher was skiing with his 14-year-old son at the Meribel ski resort in the French Alps. He hit the right side of his head on a rock, cracking his helmet. Doctors operated to remove blood clots from his brain, but some were left because they were too deeply embedded. Schumachers condition stabilized after he was placed in a drug-induced coma. In late January, doctors began the process of withdrawing sedatives to try to wake him up. Over recent months, little information has been released on Schumachers condition. Mondays announcement was the first substantial update since Kehm said in early April that Schumacher "shows moments of consciousness and awakening." The family "would like to explicitly thank all his treating doctors, nurses and therapists in Grenoble as well as the first aiders at the place of the accident, who did an excellent job in those first months," Kehms latest statement said. "The family also wishes to thank all the people who have sent Michael all the many good wishes.dddddddddddd... We are sure it helped him," it added. "For the future we ask for understanding that his further rehabilitation will take place away from the public eye," it added. Much remains unclear about Schumachers future as well as the length and extent of his recovery. "If hes been released from the hospital he was in, it means hes able to support his own breathing and bodily functions," said Dr. Tipu Aziz, a professor of neurosurgery at Oxford Universitys John Radcliffe Hospital. The fact that Schumacher is going into rehabilitation "suggests theres been long-term side effects of his injury," he added. "With rehabilitation, theyll try to train him to cope with the disabilities that hes got to achieve as much life function as possible," Aziz said. "If hes had a brain injury, he may have weakness in his limbs secondary to loss of brain function. He may have problems with speech and swallowing." He said that "rehabilitation would probably take a good few months" but noted that Schumacher was an athlete before his accident "so was in good shape." Schumacher earned universal acclaim for his uncommon and sometimes ruthless driving talent, which led to a record 91 race wins. He retired from F1 racing in 2012 after an unmatched seven world titles. The Mercedes team, for which Schumacher raced in the last three years of his career, posted on Twitter: "Encouraging news on Michaels condition this morning. We couldnt ask for a better start to the week." That was echoed by former world champion and Schumacher rival Fernando Alonso, who tweeted: "Good start of the week with the news of Michael! So happy this is going in the good direction!" Germany midfielder Lukas Podolski also took to Twitter hours before his teams opening World Cup match, writing: "What a great news!!! Get well soon Schumi!!! Im so glad and happy when I just heard it!!" ' ' '

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