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. This time around it's not as serious, and he's expected to be ready for training camp in late July. NFL.com's Chris Wesseling writes: ' Considering Reed's history, that timetable seems a bit on the optimistic side. We wonder if the injury also played a role in the Baltimore Ravens' willingness to let Reed walk rather than matching the Texans' offer. If there's a silver lining to the surgery, it's that promising second-rounder D.J. Swearinger will pick up key reps with the starters throughout the offseason program. '