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Redskins receiver Leonard Hankerson underwent surgery

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Washington Redskins receiver Leonard Hankerson on Tuesday had surgery to repair his ailing right hip, he announced on his Twitter account Saturday. He expects to be ready for the start of training camp.

Hankerson tore the labrum in his right hip on Nov. 13 when he was tackled by a Miami Dolphins defender. He had hoped surgery would not be required.

After Hankerson announced the surgery on Twitter, someone asked him if his hip wasn't improving.

"felt like it was, but jus wanted to be safe n b ready," he replied.

Hankerson confirmed via text message Saturday afternoon that the surgery was to repair his hip.

He is expected to be a prominent member of the offense next season, perhaps even the Redskins' starting flanker receiver. He caught 13 passes for 163 yards in four games as a rookie last season.

"I'll be ready to go, jus gota keep working hard with Rehab everyday," Hankerson tweeted.

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