The Hurt Locker

Written by Motts on April 14 2010

ADELAIDE
Nathan Bock (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Patrick Dangerfield (neck) – test
Trent Hentschel (knee) – TBC
Graham Johncock (thumb) – test
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
James Sellar (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Sam Shaw (shin) – 2-3 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 4-5 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite
Kurt Tippett (ankle) – test
Nathan van Berlo (hamstring/back) – test

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (quad) – 2-4 weeks
Callum Bartlett (knee) – available
Simon Black (calf) – test
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – 4 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 2 weeks
Ryan Harwood (ankle) – TBC
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 3 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – test
Sam Sheldon (back) – 2-4 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) -test
Paul Bower (leg) – test
Brad Fisher (knee) – 8-9 weeks
Brock McLean (hip) – test
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 2-3 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 4-5 weeks
Ben Johnson (knee) – test
Heath Shaw (back) – test
Ben Sinclair (shins) – 1-3 weeks
Josh Thomas (calf) – 1-3 weeks

ESSENDON
Tom Bellchambers (dental work) – 1 week
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – test
Mark McVeigh (infected arm) – test
Angus Monfries (quad) – 1 week
Michael Quinn (quad) – 1 week
John Williams (ankle) – 1 week

FREMANTLE
Antoni Grover (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Garrick Ibbotson (shoulder) – 5-7 weeks
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Nick Suban (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
Chris Tarrant (ankle) – test
Scott Thornton (groin) – 4-5 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 2-4 weeks
Josh Cowan (ankle) – test
Cameron Ling (ribs) – available
Brad Ottens (knee) – test
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – available
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – 12 weeks
Matthew Scarlett (back) – test
Jesse Stringer (groin) – test
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 4-6 weeks

HAWTHORN
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – test
Josh Gibson (hamstring) – 12 weeks
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Jordan Lewis (concussion) – test
Brad Sewell (shoulder) – 1-2 weeks
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 5 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 13-15 weeks

MELBOURNE*
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 3 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 12 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 5 weeks
Jared Rivers (knee) – test
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Aaron Black (groin) – test
Matt Campbell (ankle) – 4-6 weeks
Ed Lower (leg) – 2 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 4-6 weeks
Ben Speight (broken jaw) – 6 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
Dean Brogan (shoulder soreness) – test
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring) – 3-4 weeks
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
Jay Schulz (knee bruising) – test
Matthew Westhoff (groin) – 2-3 weeks

RICHMOND
Nil

ST KILDA
Sam Fisher (concussion) – test
Lenny Hayes (broken nose) – test
Luke Miles (stress fracture fibula) – TBA
Nick Riewoldt (hamstring) – 12-16 weeks
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Craig Bird (foot) – 5 weeks
Brett Meredith (quad) – 1 week
Jarred Moore (ankle) – test
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Henry Playfair (ankle) – test
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 5 weeks

WEST COAST
Sam Butler (facial fracture) – 3 weeks
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 7 weeks
Pat McGinnity (quad) – available
Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – test
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – test
Gerrick Weedon (ankle) – test

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jason Akermanis (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – 2-4 weeks
Ryan Hargrave (neck) – available
Christian Howard (hip) – 5 weeks
James Mulligan (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Picken (ankle) – 6-8 weeks
Sam Reid (groin) – 2 weeks
Shane Thorne (knee) – 12 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – available
Callan Ward – groin – 6 weeks

* Please note that Melbourne’s list is from last week. It will be updated when available.

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  1. The only thing that worries me off that is Dangerfield. So I swapped him for O’Keefe in the mids, put him on the bench and bring back either McVeigh or Bastinac.

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  2. Dangerfield must be very doutful with a neck injury can’t see adelaide risking him.Any news from the grapevine boys.

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  3. I have Dangerfield & I’m still not sold on his performances let alone this injury so thinking of still getting rid of him for Boomer.
    Against Sydney he had 45 points to 3 qtr time then kicked 5 in the last when the game was out of reach. He got injured in the 3rd quarter last weekend and had 33 points upto that stage in the game as their main focus up forward was now Burton.
    Anyone thinking he can still score highly? as I cant see him being a gun.

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    1. Fantasy Freako, a DT-focussed Champion Data publication just came out. Whoever wrote that expected him to miss one week max.

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    2. Ice-man for Dangerfield to kick 5 against Craig Bolton alone in the forward line is enough evidence for me to know he will be a gun.

      I watched that entire game and he was the only crow player I would have right now. If he is struggling in the guts he can be thrown up forward and be a legitimate target for a presently floundering Adelaide outfit.

      I dont agree with you at all, as when Adelaide get better, so will there SC scores. And with Dangerfield getting just shy of 100 in both weeks before his injury, id tip him to be getting over the tonne in most weeks upon his imminent return.

      Il be getting on Vince and a couple of other Crow-eaters when the time is right, as there will be some great value there.

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  4. For those of you unlucky enough to have picked him (inc. myself):

    “ADELAIDE utility Scott Stevens will miss a third straight week with concussion after failing to join his teammates for training on Wednesday”.

    Also: “Patrick Dangerfield (neck) and Kurt Tippett (ankle) were also excused from training with the main group but are still considered a chance to play against Carlton at AAMI Stadium on Saturday.”

    From the Crows website today

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  5. Do you guys think rockliff will keep a regular spot this season? I think he’s in their best 22, but I get the feeling vossy isn’t such a big fan.

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    1. JB I reckon he’s a good chance. He is better than that Hawklsey Spud, and Fanta Pants Banfield. Rockliff will surely be given the nod on more occasions than not if he continues his pre-season and R3 form.

      I am tempted to bring him in for Hitchcock next week but I wouldnt mind waiting for Hitchcocks price to rise a bit.
      I havnt heard much about Sydeny’s mature age cheapy Trent Dennis Lane, hopefully he is over his knee injury soon as he was my expected replacement for Hitchcock in the coming weeks.

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The Hurt Locker

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ADELAIDE
Nathan Bock (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Patrick Dangerfield (neck) – test
Trent Hentschel (knee) – TBC
Graham Johncock (thumb) – test
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
James Sellar (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Sam Shaw (shin) – 2-3 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 4-5 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite
Kurt Tippett (ankle) – test
Nathan van Berlo (hamstring/back) – test

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (quad) – 2-4 weeks
Callum Bartlett (knee) – available
Simon Black (calf) – test
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – 4 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 2 weeks
Ryan Harwood (ankle) – TBC
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 3 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – test
Sam Sheldon (back) – 2-4 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) -test
Paul Bower (leg) – test
Brad Fisher (knee) – 8-9 weeks
Brock McLean (hip) – test
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 2-3 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 4-5 weeks
Ben Johnson (knee) – test
Heath Shaw (back) – test
Ben Sinclair (shins) – 1-3 weeks
Josh Thomas (calf) – 1-3 weeks

ESSENDON
Tom Bellchambers (dental work) – 1 week
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – test
Mark McVeigh (infected arm) – test
Angus Monfries (quad) – 1 week
Michael Quinn (quad) – 1 week
John Williams (ankle) – 1 week

FREMANTLE
Antoni Grover (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Garrick Ibbotson (shoulder) – 5-7 weeks
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Nick Suban (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
Chris Tarrant (ankle) – test
Scott Thornton (groin) – 4-5 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 2-4 weeks
Josh Cowan (ankle) – test
Cameron Ling (ribs) – available
Brad Ottens (knee) – test
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – available
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – 12 weeks
Matthew Scarlett (back) – test
Jesse Stringer (groin) – test
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 4-6 weeks

HAWTHORN
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – test
Josh Gibson (hamstring) – 12 weeks
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Jordan Lewis (concussion) – test
Brad Sewell (shoulder) – 1-2 weeks
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 5 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 13-15 weeks

MELBOURNE*
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 3 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 12 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 5 weeks
Jared Rivers (knee) – test
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Aaron Black (groin) – test
Matt Campbell (ankle) – 4-6 weeks
Ed Lower (leg) – 2 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 4-6 weeks
Ben Speight (broken jaw) – 6 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
Dean Brogan (shoulder soreness) – test
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring) – 3-4 weeks
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
Jay Schulz (knee bruising) – test
Matthew Westhoff (groin) – 2-3 weeks

RICHMOND
Nil

ST KILDA
Sam Fisher (concussion) – test
Lenny Hayes (broken nose) – test
Luke Miles (stress fracture fibula) – TBA
Nick Riewoldt (hamstring) – 12-16 weeks
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Craig Bird (foot) – 5 weeks
Brett Meredith (quad) – 1 week
Jarred Moore (ankle) – test
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Henry Playfair (ankle) – test
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 5 weeks

WEST COAST
Sam Butler (facial fracture) – 3 weeks
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 7 weeks
Pat McGinnity (quad) – available
Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – test
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – test
Gerrick Weedon (ankle) – test

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jason Akermanis (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – 2-4 weeks
Ryan Hargrave (neck) – available
Christian Howard (hip) – 5 weeks
James Mulligan (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Picken (ankle) – 6-8 weeks
Sam Reid (groin) – 2 weeks
Shane Thorne (knee) – 12 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – available
Callan Ward – groin – 6 weeks

* Please note that Melbourne’s list is from last week. It will be updated when available.

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12 thoughts on “The Hurt Locker”

  1. The only thing that worries me off that is Dangerfield. So I swapped him for O’Keefe in the mids, put him on the bench and bring back either McVeigh or Bastinac.

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  2. Dangerfield must be very doutful with a neck injury can’t see adelaide risking him.Any news from the grapevine boys.

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  3. I have Dangerfield & I’m still not sold on his performances let alone this injury so thinking of still getting rid of him for Boomer.
    Against Sydney he had 45 points to 3 qtr time then kicked 5 in the last when the game was out of reach. He got injured in the 3rd quarter last weekend and had 33 points upto that stage in the game as their main focus up forward was now Burton.
    Anyone thinking he can still score highly? as I cant see him being a gun.

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  4. For those of you unlucky enough to have picked him (inc. myself):

    “ADELAIDE utility Scott Stevens will miss a third straight week with concussion after failing to join his teammates for training on Wednesday”.

    Also: “Patrick Dangerfield (neck) and Kurt Tippett (ankle) were also excused from training with the main group but are still considered a chance to play against Carlton at AAMI Stadium on Saturday.”

    From the Crows website today

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  5. Do you guys think rockliff will keep a regular spot this season? I think he’s in their best 22, but I get the feeling vossy isn’t such a big fan.

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