The surgery, to be performed by renowned Birmingham-based surgeon Dr. James Andrews, will treat a bone chip in Justice's knee, which forced him to miss three games in December.
The News Journal reports that Justice could ultimately require more severe microfracture surgery, but CSNPhilly.com cites a high-ranking team source as saying the procedure is a routine arthroscopic surgery to clean out the knee.
The source says there's "absolutely no reason" to believe Justice is suffering from a career-threatening injury.
If the lesser arthroscopic surgery is sufficient, recovery time would take about three to four weeks.
Justice told reporters he was 100 percent heading into the NFC Divisional playoff against the Green Bay Packers, but was pulled in the fourth quarter following an error-filled performance.