The second knee surgery in eight months for Seahawks nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Walter Jones has removed loose fragments, including scar tissue from the original surgery.

A team spokesman said Thursday morning that Jones' procedure earlier in the day "went well" and that arthroscopic surgery found what an MRI this week indicated may be inside the left knee.

The Seahawks will re-evaluate the 35-year-old Jones in a couple of weeks to see if he can play this season. His rehabilitation will begin immediately.

Jones had microfracture knee surgery in December. He's practiced just three times in training camp while also hampered by back spasms.