04:36 PM ET 06.11 | In 2010, Reed said his hip surgery involved shaving part of his bone and a much more significant reconstruction. He missed the first six weeks of the season with it. This injury did not require any bone work, only soft tissue repair. ???Once I came here and started to run we said let???s look at this again,??? Reed said. ???We did (an) MRI, sent it to Phillipon, had a better image of it. ??? Being that it was a slight tear in the labrum, it took me back to when I knew it could have happened, but I played in the Super Bowl and it???s something that happens. Injuries happen in football all the time. We???re doing everything. I???m in the right place to rehab.??? So when did it happen? Reed thinks it happened in the AFC Championship Game when Patriots quarterback Tom Brady kicked him. ???Only play I can look at is when I got kicked by a certain quarterback but even then I played in the Super Bowl and you saw what happened there,??? Reed said. ???Even then I had two MCL sprains, a second degree one in the left in the Super Bowl in the first quarter and played through that. So if you???ve got any questions about my heart and how I play and how I work (that???s your answer).???