Nelson attended the OTA session, but did not participate aside from throwing the ball around a bit.
"Everything is going well," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "...We're just going to continue to progress ... I don't have any worries about anything that's of importance down the road."
Nelson did state that if the hip wasn't bothering him last year, he wouldn't have opted for surgery. "Just an opportunity to get some things cleaned up," he added.
The veteran is coming off his most productive season. He established career-highs in receptions (98) and yards (1,519).
Packers WR Jordy Nelson had hip procedure following Pro Bowl
by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(3/25/15) Packers coach Mike McCarthy said star wideout Jordy Nelson had a "cleanup" procedure on his hip after the Pro Bowl, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The procedure went well, and Nelson will be fully recovered in time for OTAs, the coach added.
"It was something that was kind of hindering him after the Pro Bowl. Something that he felt he needed to get cleaned up," McCarthy said, per ESPN. "But it's nothing serious."
Packers' Jordy Nelson goes for 71 yards in loss Sunday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(1/18/15) Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson caught five passes for 71 yards in Sunday's loss to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game. It was a bounce back game for Nelson, who had just two catches for 22 yards a week ago in the divisional round.
However, Nelson was still kept out of the end zone. In 10 career postseason games, Nelson has scored four times, his last coming in 2013 against the 49ers.
Nelson finishes the season with 1,612 yards on 105 catches in 18 games with 13 touchdowns.
Jordy Nelson held to 22 yards in Packers' playoff win vs. Dallas
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/11/15) The Packers were able to rally for a 26-21 win during Sunday's divisional playoff game vs. Dallas and did so without star receiver Jordy Nelson playing a big part.
Nelson, who had a career-best 1,519 yards in the regular season, was held to two catches for 22 yards Sunday. He was targeted five times.
Nelson has surpassed 100 receiving yards just once in 10 career playoff games. He does have four postseason touchdowns.
The Packers have advanced to the NFC title game at Seattle next Sunday.
By now you're accustomed to calling Jordy Nelson a stud No. 1 Fantasy receiver. He scored as many Fantasy points as Dez Bryant last season and has been among the most consistent pass catchers in the game. He especially seems to play well at Lambeau Field, scoring in 7 of 8 regular-season games there in 2014. Given his track record, the Packers' upcoming schedule and Aaron Rodgers' existence, Nelson should be considered a weekly must-start. Hip surgery sidelined him for a chunk of the offseason program but he should be okay for training camp. Bank on him coming off the board between 16th and 25th overall in every draft this summer.