Bears WR Brandon Marshall will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his hip, according to ESPN Chicago’s Michael C. Wright.
Per the report, the surgery is “nothing” and should only keep Marshall out of action “probably two weeks.” Marshall was selected to play in the Pro Bowl on Jan. 27, though he is now unlikely to head to Hawaii.
In his first season with the Bears, Marshall had 118 catches for 1,508 yards. He had a procedure on his right hip in 2010 and surgery on his left hip in 2009.
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