Tom Doedee will miss this weekend due to concussion. “Tom reported some symptoms after the game on the weekend and we put him through a concussion test which he didn’t pass,” Crows High Performance Manager Darren Burgess said.
Kieran Strachan has also been placed in the AFL’s concussion protocols after being injured in the SANF. “Kieran was involved in a contest in the SANFL that resulted in him being concussed, he’s in the protocols now and unavailable this week, and we will monitor his progress through those protocols,” Burgess said.
Andrew McPherson is expected to be sidelined for up to three months after suffering a quad injury in the SANFL.
“Andrew strained his quad in the first quarter against Sturt, it’s a pretty serious one and he’s likely to be out for an indefinite period of time,” Burgess said.
Tom Doedee (concussion protocol)
Kieran Strachan (concussion protocol)
Shane McAdam (quad) 2-3 weeks
Hugh Bond (knee) 3-4 weeks
Andrew McPherson (quad) 8-12 weeks
Zac Taylor (foot) 11 weeks
|Carter Michael||Quad||2-3 weeks|
|Daniel Rich||Calf||1-2 weeks|
|David Cuningham||Calf||1-2 weeks|
|Tom De Koning||Concussion||Test|
|Sam Durdin||Hamstring||1-2 weeks|
|Patrick Lipinski||Shoulder||3-6 weeks|
|Dan McStay||Finger||3-6 weeks|
|Nik Cox||Back||2 weeks|
|Matt Guelfi||Hamstring||1 week|
|Jayden Laverde||Shoulder||4-5 weeks|
|Darcy Parish||Calf||4 weeks|
|Zach Reid||Hamstring||5 weeks|
|James Stewart||Foot||7-8 weeks|
|Elijah Tsatas||Knee||3 weeks|
|Peter Wright||Shoulder||8 weeks|
Josh Corbett (concussion) – test
Heath Chapman (hamstring) – 5-7 weeks
Matt Taberner (back) – TBA
|Jack Bowes||Calf||Short term|
|Patrick Dangerfield||Hamstring||Short term|
|Sam De Koning||Face||Test|
|Cam Guthrie||Toe||Short term|
|Ollie Henry||Testicle||Short term|
|Gary Rohan||Hamstring||Short term|
|Rhys Stanley||Eye socket||Short term|
|Ben Ainsworth||Corked thigh||Test|
Head of Medical James Rahme report.
Toby Greene (ankle) “We’ve been pretty clear that Toby needed to be passed fit to return and last week he trained well in main training but just couldn’t quite get over the line.”
“He travelled with us to Melbourne and did a big session on Sunday which is a great start. He’ll continue to increase his training across the week but at this stage we’d expect him to be available to take on the Saints.”
Isaac Cumming (calf) 5 weeks.“It’s frustrating for Isaac, who has a brilliant start to the season,” “We know he’ll attack his rehab with his usual hard work and diligence so we look forward to him returning to the field in a month or so.”
Lachlan Keeffe (thumb) and Jason Gillbee (calf) returned to the field in the VFL
Conor Stone 2-3 weeks. has returned to running following some back issues.
Jacob Wehr (shoulder) 2-3 weeks. is on track to start integrating into training over the next couple of weeks
Leek Aleer (ankle) 2 weeks
Sam Taylor (hamstring) 7 weeks
Braydon Preuss (back) TBC
Cooper Hamilton (foot) TBC
Darcy Jones (knee) SEASON
Adam Kennedy (knee) SEASON
|Emerson Jeka||Hamstring||3-4 weeks|
Harrison Petty is set to miss four to six weeks with a foot injury.
“He got his toe jammed between another player and the ground, so he had scans yesterday and that did show a sprain of one of the ligaments in his mid-foot,” club doctor Laura Lallenec said.
“He will remain in the boot this week and the good news is that nothing is ruptured, it’s more of a strain, so we just need to get some time for healing of that ligament.”
Christian Petracca was also sent for scans after rolling his ankle in the final term.
“The scans yesterday thankfully confirmed that he just tweaked that ankle area,” Lallenec said.
“He will need to get through training tomorrow and through the rest of the week to play, but we’re fairly hopeful at this stage that there shouldn’t be any issue with him playing this Friday.”
Luke Dunstan (Knee) 2-4 weeks
“He’s going really well, he’s started running and started to change directions, which is the next step in the rehab protocol,” Lallenec said.
“He’s likely to be two to four weeks away but he is on track at the moment.”
Will Verrall (Pelvis) 4-5 weeks
“He’s really turned a corner and we’re really happy with his progress,” Lallenec said.
“He’s back running, he did some intro agility today and is also starting to build up some speed word as well.”
Turner (groin) 4-5 weeks.
Luke Davies-Uniacke (hamstring) 3-5 weeks. “Luke’s pretty sore just walking at the minute and is in low-level strength at this point,” head of performance Kevin White
“We see a timeline of around 3-5 weeks (until a potential return).
“Jack is meeting with a surgeon today (Tuesday) to look at opinions on which surgery he’ll get, and we’ll have more information on his recovery process in the coming weeks.”
Cam Zurhaar (cheekbone)
“Cam had a bit of depression of one of the bones in his face and had a little surgical procedure (on Monday) just to pop that back up,” White said.
“At the minute it’ll be one week of non-contact for him and then he’ll return to play.”
Darcy Tucker (hamstring) “We’re thinking one week, but he’s presenting really well,””He’s a test, but a week off is likely for Darcy.”
Flynn Perez is unavailable for selection after he suffered a delayed concussion.
“Scans revealed a moderate-grade MCL injury, but he’s actually going really well at the moment,” White said.
“He’s in a knee brace this week and will come out of that next week.”
|Jackson Archer||Groin||1-2 weeks|
|Charlie Comben||Ankle||8-10 weeks|
|Luke Davies-Uniacke||Hamstring||3-5 weeks|
|Josh Goater||Knee||3-4 weeks|
|Flynn Perez||Concussion||1 week|
|Darcy Tucker||Hamstring||1 week|
|Tristan Xerri||Ankle||3-5 weeks|
|Lachie Young||Concussion||1 week|
|Cameron Zurhaar||Cheekbone||1 week|
Charlie Dixon will be assessed later this week to see if he is fit to play, after imaging on Friday confirmed a quad strain.
Darcy Byrne-Jones (Illness) recovered well and is expected to play.
Orazio Fantasia’s quad strain is continuing to improve, with the small forward set to integrate back into training over the coming week.
Charlie Dixon – quad (test)
Todd Marshall – concussion (1-2 weeks)
Orazio Fantasia – quad (2 weeks)
Xavier Duursma – knee (6-8 weeks)
Mitch Georgiades – knee (season)
|Tom Brown||Wrist||1-3 weeks|
|Seth Campbell||Adductor||4-6 weeks|
|Josh Gibcus||Hamstring||4-6 weeks|
|Jacob Hopper||Calf||4-6 weeks|
|Tom Lynch||Foot||6-11 weeks|
|Maurice Rioli jnr||Hamstring||1-3 weeks|
|Kaleb Smith||Ankle||7-12 weeks|
|Ivan Soldo||Foot||4-6 weeks|
|Dan McKenzie||Calf||1-2 weeks|
|Nick Coffield||Calf||6-8 weeks|
|Zak Jones||Achilles||6-8 weeks|
|Jack Hayes||Foot||7-8 weeks|
Callum Mills is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks after scans confirmed a moderate grade calf strain.
Logan McDonald suffered and ankle injury in a marking contest. McDonald will undergo further assessment in the coming days but is expected to miss approximately eight weeks with a significant medial ankle sprain.
|Joel Amartey||Hamstring||4-6 weeks|
|Logan McDonald||Ankle||8 weeks|
|Callum Mills||Calf||4-6 weeks|
|Dane Rampe||Neck||4-6 weeks|
|Matt Roberts||Knee||6-8 weeks|
|Coby Burgiel||Hamstring||1 week|
|Tom Cole||Ankle||7-8 weeks|
|Jamie Cripps||Ankle||10-12 weeks|
|Jack Darling||Arm||3-5 weeks|
|Shannon Hurn||Adductor||1-2 weeks|
|Jeremy McGovern||Hamstring||5-6 weeks|
|Nic Naitanui||Achilles||6-7 weeks|
|Samo Petrevski-Seton||Quad||3-4 weeks|
|Liam Ryan||Hamstring||8-10 weeks|
|Luke Shuey||Ankle/hamstring||3-4 weeks|
|Isiah Winder||Knee||8-10 weeks|
|Elliot Yeo||Groin||1-2 weeks|
Josh Bruce (ribs) – test
Harvey Gallagher (hamstring) – test
Adam Treloar (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Dom Bedendo (groin) – 4-5 weeks
Roarke Smith (foot) – 3-5 weeks
Riley Garcia (groin) – 3-5 weeks
Sam Darcy (lung) – TBC
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