Another year, another surgery for Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall.

The Dolphins' new receiver (pictured) underwent a procedure to address a hip problem, similar to the one that required surgery last year. Marshall may not be able to participate in the Dolphins' Organized Team Activities (OTAs), which began this week.

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But it's important to note that Marshall's previous surgeries — hip last year and arm in 2008 — did not affect his health for the regular season. He has had three straight years of more than 100 catches.

UPDATE: Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald reports that Marshall's surgery was to his other hip. Interesting.