Coach Gary Kubiak said after the Texans’ organized team activity today that running back Arian Foster will not participate in the remaining drills (this week and next) or the three-day minicamp (June 11-13) because of the strained calf muscle in his right leg.

“He has a pretty good calf strain, and we left him in (the training room) today,” Kubiak said. “He’s hobbling. He’s on crutches today and will be for a couple of days. He’s going to be fine, but don’t expect me to bring him back out here.

“We’ve got two weeks left, so we’ll just go to work on getting him healthy, getting him ready for training camp. We’ve got two weeks left of the offseason, so, obviously, we’re not going to do anything to take a risk with him.”

Foster will spend time rehabbing rather than vacationing.

“We’ve got almost two months (before camp),” Kubiak said. “It might have ruined Arian’s summer (because) he’s going to have to be here a lot, but that’s okay (because) he’s going to be okay.”