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Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien announced on Friday that outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney had sports hernia surgery in Philadelphia on Thursday. Per ESPN:

Clowney flew to Philadelphia on Thursday to undergo an examination for a groin issue, then underwent the surgery. O'Brien said Clowney will be ready for training camp.

O'Brien said it hadn't been bothering Clowney for long.

"We just looked at it as, let's take care of it now, and he'll be ready for training camp," O'Brien said. "And we're looking forward to seeing him in training camp."
The Texans drafted Clowney first overall out of South Carolina last month.
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frick that shit, it zaps any explosiveness you have. The Dr. Andrews of sports hernias must be in philly, every damn athlete goes there
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