Hip surgery went well for Kevin Boss

New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss underwent arthroscopic hip surgery on Wednesday to alleviate an injury that plagued him for much of this past season.

The 27-year-old Boss is slated to be a free agent and his future remains up in the air. He’s a productive part of the Giants’ passing attack and a decent in-line blocker. According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, a source said the procedure was “minor” and Boss tweeted that surgery “went well” after it was over.

The Giants have said they will not re-sign any players until a new collective bargaining agreement is hammered out. That’s the approach most teams will likely take as they want to see what the guidelines are going to be moving forward.

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