Brandon Marshall said he’s healthy for the first time in two years. So those Bears records he set in 2012 — 118 catches and 1,508 receiving yards — came on a bad hip.

Marshall participated in the Bears’ offseason training activities for the first time Tuesday after undergoing arthroscopic hip surgery in January.

“It’s been affecting me for two years,” Marshall said. “I’m excited to see what I can do fully healthy, and also there are some little things that I’ve been watching on film of myself.”

Marshall was limited Tuesday, and he said he likely will be again next week at the mandatory minicamp. This past hip scope also wasn’t Marshall’s first.

“It’s just a scope. I’m excited that that’s all it is,” Marshall said. “But I have to be smart, continue just to rehab throughout the season and throughout the rest of my career. But I’m just thankful that we caught it and it’s in a place where it’s a non-weight-bearing part of the bone. That’s good.”

General manager Phil Emery liked how Marshall looked.

“He looked good with his feet and his routes,” Emery said. “As we build toward vet minicamp next week, it’ll be exciting to see him get more reps as he goes.”