After being cleared by the Bears medical staff, Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall practiced Tuesday for the first time since undergoing arthroscopic hip surgery in January.
Marshall didn't feel any soreness in his hip after participating in the Bears' eighth of 10 OTA workouts. The team resumed the sessions Monday after having last week off.
"Taking that week off gave me a chance to heal a little bit more, and there's nothing there," Marshall said. "I'm 100 percent now. I'm ready to go."
The Bears will continue to ease Marshall back into action during OTA practices Wednesday and Thursday followed by next week's mandatory full-squad minicamp.