Found May 04, 2013 on State of the Texans:
According to Head Coach Gary Kubiak, Houston Texans safety Ed Reed had a procedure done on his hip to address a labral tear suffered during the 2012 season. The recovery will keep him out until the start of training camp and he is expected to make a full recovery. This is already is the first medical issue for Reed, and hopefully the last for some time. Reed played with the labral tear the entire 2012 season and playoffs for the Baltimore Ravens and he has not missed a start the past two seasons. Reed was the Texans biggest off-season acquisition after he signed a three-year $15 million deal with Houston. Reed is ready to start his 12th season in the NFL and his first with the Texans.

Ed Reed underwent hip surgery will miss OTA’s and minicamp

According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans safety Ed Reed recently underwent arthroscopic hip surgery and will miss OTA’s as well as minicamp. Last week, FS Ed Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a small labral tear in his hip. He’s expected to be ready for training camp. — John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) May 3, 2013 Reed is undergoing rehab, He...

Report: Texans S Ed Reed Underwent Surgery On His Hip

John McClain reports that Texans S Ed Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a small labral tear in his hip last week. McClain adds that Reed should be ready to return in time for the team’s training camp. “It’s something we’ll have to work through,” said coach Gary Kubiak. “We’ll get him healthy, and he should be fine.“ Reed, 34, signed a three-year...

Report: Ed Reed Had Another Hip Surgery Last Week

 Before the 2010 regular season, former Ravens safety Ed Reed missed the first seven weeks of the season while recovering from reconstructive hip surgery. Around The League is reporting that Reed had some more work done.  Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery last week to repair a small labral tear in his hip, reports the Houston Chronicle. The procedure shouldn’t prevent the...

Tale of the Tape: Texans RB UDFAs

The story around the NFL last week was about the 2013 NFL Draft.  In Houston, the draft garnered excitement as well, but it was what the organization did afterwards that caught my eye.  The Texans have one of the top running backs in the NFL in Arian Foster and another young talented back in Ben Tate.  Foster led all running backs in touches in 2012 and Ben Tate can’t seem to...

Report: Ed Reed had surgery on hip again

Newly acquired Houston Texans safety Ed Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery last week to repair a small labral tear in his hip, according to a report from the Houston Chronicle. Reed previously had reconstructive surgery three years ago to replace a torn labrum and also about 6 to 7 inches from his iliotibial band. He ended up missing the first seven weeks of the 2010 season. ...

AFC South: post-draft stock watch

Houston Texans, RISING: The Texans are rising, but only barely. They have added some very useful pieces in both free agency and the draft. The young infusion of talent, as well as the veteran presence of Ed Reed, should help the defense play quicker. All in all, the Texans are still the kings of the AFC South, and they're on par with the AFC's best. Indianapolis Colts,...

Luv Ya Steel Blue: Draft Review – Part 2

Concluding draft season in the second half of our Texans Draft Review, we give our thoughts on the day three picks and invite in NFL Draft expert Shane Hallam from Draft TV and Draft Countdown in an extended segment to discuss the Texans overall draft and any potential hope for the large batch of signed undrafted free agents.
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