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NFL Injury Report:
Houston Texans linebacker Brooks Reed underwent surgery to
repair his torn groin in January following the end of the team’s season. Now,
as the Texans begin OTAs today, Reed is recovered and completely healthy,
according to Dave Zangaro of CSN Houston.
The procedure was revealed by defensive coordinator Wade
Phillips last week, and Reed told reporters yesterday that he underwent the
surgery in January. The injury that required the operation was sustained during
the team’s Thanksgiving Day contest against the Detroit Lions, and it
ultimately sidelined Reed for four games.
But the groin is no longer giving Reed any problems, as he’s
been running and lifting hard for the past three weeks.
“I didn’t think about it then,” he said. “It shouldn’t be
anything to worry about. It happened in the past and got over it. Worked hard
rehabbing it so we’re at 100 percent right now and looking to improve during
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According to CSNHouston.com, Texans linebacker Brooks Reed is 100 percent healthy following groin surgery that he underwent back in January.
“I’m alright. Groin’s OK,” Reed said. “I hurt it way back on Thanksgiving Day. It’s been a while so I’ve had a lot of time to recover.”
“I didn’t think about it then,” he said. “It shouldn’t be anything to worry about...
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HOUSTON (AP) -- Texans coach Gary Kubiak says safety Ed Reed is doing "really well" as he recovers from hip surgery.
The nine-time Pro Bowler signed a three-year, 15 million contract in free agency and will miss all of the Texans' organized team activities, which began Monday.
Linebacker Brian Cushing will also miss the OTAs as he recovers from left knee surgery....
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