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Jerry Hughes has groin surgery

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Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes has had surgery for the second time this offseason.

Hughes had surgery to repair torn wrist ligaments last month and he had surgery to repair a groin injury this week. Hughes’ wife posted a picture of her husband in a medical gown at the Vincera Institute in Philadelphia, which is the home of noted core muscle surgeon Dr. William Meyers, on Thursday.

The NFL took a look at the Bills’ injury reporting after Hughes revealed his wrist injury because he was never listed with that issue, but he was listed with a groin injury at points. He is still wearing a cast on his wrist in the most recent picture.

Hughes had 23 tackles and 4.5 sacks during the 2019 season.