Justin Forsett has played for five NFL teams in seven seasons, making it difficult for the Ravens running back to hold grudges against any particular team.
Forsett counts his year with the Houston Texans as an enjoyable one heading into Sunday's game at NRG Stadium. One week ago, Forsett described being cut after last season by the Jacksonville Jaguars as a dark time in his life. The Ravens defeated the Jaguars, 20-12.
"It's not as emotional," Forsett said. "If I had to respond to every team that cut me, I would lose my mind. I would be an angry dude. I had some great relationships with the Texans. It will be good to go back and see those guys. ...
"As far as revenge, for me personally, I've been on so many teams, I would be crazy thinking about getting revenge on everybody. So, that's out of the question for me."
Two seasons ago for the Texans, Forsett rushed for 374 yards and one touchdown. Off the field, Forsett had some important milestones.
"My firstborn was born there in Houston," Forsett said. "My wife was playing volleyball for USA Volleyball, so that was actually the first place we were living together as a couple. I got an opportunity to play for a great team. It was cool."
Forsett is no longer listed on the injury report after dealing with a minor knee injury in recent weeks.
"I feel good," he said. "This is actually one of the best Wednesdays that I've had in a while. So, my body is feeling good, maintaining, feeling ready to go."