|Will Hamill||Concussion||Concussion protocols|
|Callum Ah Chee||Concussion||TBC|
|Jordan Boyd||Foot||2-3 weeks|
|Ed Curnow||Hamstring||1-2 weeks|
|Patrick Cripps||Suspension||2 matches|
|George Hewett||Back||2-3 weeks|
|Josh Honey||Calf||1 week|
|Matt Kennedy||Jaw||1 week|
|Nic Newman||Knee||2-3 weeks|
|Zac Williams||Calf||1-2 weeks|
Brodie Grundy Stress fracture in his left ankle. Season
“The nature of the ankle injury is not long-term so Brodie will make a full recovery but after consulting with multiple specialists to assess all options available, it was determined arthroscopic surgery would be the best course of action.
“The pleasing thing for Brodie is that his knee has held up well – this is a separate injury – and unfortunately with only a couple of weeks left of the home-and-away season, he will be unable to take further part in matches in 2022.” Collingwood General Manager Football Graham Wright.
|Jye Caldwell||Calf||1 week|
|Dylan Shiel||Hamstring||1 week|
Sam Switkowski (back) – Test. Expected to play.
Sebit Kuek (calf) – Test
Nat Fyfe (hamstring) – 1 week. Likely Rd 23.
Matt Taberner (calf) – TBA. Expected to miss all of the home and away season.
Jye Amiss (kidney) – Inactive List
“Patrick was withdrawn from the game against St Kilda on the weekend after feeling some calf tightness in the pre match warm-up,” head of medical and conditioning services Harry Taylor says.
“Pleasingly, scans have revealed no new injury. Patrick has completed running this morning and will be monitored throughout the week to assess his availability.”
Joel Selwood and Mark Blicavs – “Joel Selwood and Mark Blicavs will be available for selection this week after being managed for the game against St Kilda,”
Gary Rohan and Shannon Neale will be tests as both return from head knocks.“Gary and Shannon are currently progressing through the AFL concussion protocols, with their availability to be determined later in the week,”
Cooper Stephens (hip) Test. “Cooper injured his hip flexor during the main session during the week, he’s begun a reconditioning program, and he will be a test later this week.”
Jonathon Ceglar (concussion) Unavailable
Cooper Whyte – Season.
“Cooper has been experiencing groin soreness in the past few weeks that has prohibited him from participating in team-based training,”
“It has been decided that Cooper will continue to complete a groin strengthening program for the remainder of the season and will be unavailable for selection.
Flynn Kroeger – Season
Jacob Wehr Calf 1-2 weeks
Tim Taranto Concussion TBC. Unavailable for this week.
James Peatling Concussion TBC. Unavailable for this week.
Finn Callaghan Foot TBC
Matt de Boer Concussion TBC
Toby Greene Thumb Season
Jarrod Brander Hamstring Season
Connor Idun Foot Season
Ryan Angwin Leg Season
Brent Daniels Hamstring Season
Jack Buckley Knee Season
Josh Fahey Shoulder Season
Phil Davis Hamstring Season
Matt Flynn Ankle Season
Fraser Rosman Hamstring | 1-2 weeks
Andy Moniz-Wakefield Groin | 2-3 weeks
Tom McDonald Foot | 3-5 weeks
Connor Rozee will be available to face Essendon on Sunday after being cleared of a serious knee injury. Scans on Monday showed no significant structural damage.
Tom Clurey – knee (season)
Lachie Jones – hamstring (season)
Scott Lycett – shoulder (TBC)
Jake Pasini – knee (season)
|Thomson Dow||Concussion||1-2 weeks|
|Shane Edwards||General soreness||Test|
|Dylan Grimes||Hamstring||2-3 weeks|
|Dustin Martin||Hamstring||2-3 weeks|
|Jack Billings||Back||1 week|
|Paddy Ryder||Calf||2-3 weeks|
|Jai Culley||Suspended||1 week|
|Tim Kelly||Suspended||1 week|
|Jack Petruccelle||Hamstring||1-2 weeks|
|Elliot Yeo||Calf||1-2 weeks|
|Buku Khamis||Concussion||1 week|
|Charlie Parker||Hamstring||1-2 weeks|
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