Bombers defender Mason Redman was sent to hospital after drawing blood after the siren in the loss to Collingwood.
The Dogs are sweating on a calf injury to Adam Treloar and are focused on getting Freio big man Rory Lobb to go with Melbourne.
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ESSENDON Protector Mason Redman He was taken to hospital on Sunday after “coughing up blood” following his side’s shock defeat at Collingwood.
Redman suffered an internal injury, according to the club, after taking a goal-scoring marker in front of Pie Brody Mihocek.
The bomber fell heavily into the grass and was winded by the time he reached his feet.
Coach Ben Rutten confirmed that Redman was taken to hospital after the game.
“I think he’s fine. He suffered minor injuries,” Ruthen said.
“I think he’s coughing up some blood and he’s in hospital now for some basic tests just to make sure it’s nothing.
Ben Hobbs He managed to shake off a shoulder complaint in the 19th round clash.
“We pissed him off a little bit. But it’s okay — he’s a really cute kid,” Ruthen said.
FremantleS Nat Fife He is in contention to feature again this season after injuring the hamstring in last Friday night’s encouraging game against Richmond.
Féfe has been limited to just six games this season by shoulder, back and knee injuries.
Dockers football boss Peter Bell is unable to put a time frame on the two-time Brownlow Medalist’s return.
“Nathan escaped injury to the hamstring,” Bell said.
“It will run a KPI-based improvement program, so we can’t put a time frame on it, but it’s a positive side of it so we’re very positive.”
Alex Pierce He also missed practice on Monday against Richmond after rolling his ankle.
But he saw the game.
In some good news, Rory Loeb He was able to run laps, and complete marking and kicking exercises as he pushed for an elder to remember.
Lobb missed the break with the Tigers after suffering a shoulder injury in Round 18 against the Swans.
Joel Hamling (obligatory) and Connor Blakely (Hand) will join Loeb for fitness tests later this week.
Adelaide It may be Shane McAdam for this weekend’s clash with Carlton.
McAdam is out with a hip complaint.
“It was a really bad cork under the thigh through the upper thigh,” trainer Matthew Nix said.
“He was going to do everything he could to try and push through it.
“They’re fun when they’re around the hips.”
The club has previously said it will not push forward the teammates. Josh Rachel In the first season.
The youngster has not featured since the 16th round when Busch struggled through the thigh.
Matt Crouch He is also struggling with injury and has been ruled out of the club’s SANFL clash.
Crouch reported a “discomfort” in the quad during training last week.
Port Adelaide He will be forced to make at least one change to the side to face red-hot Collingwood this weekend.
and Houston He suffered concussion in the shock loss to Geelong and is now out for 12 days under AFL mandatory rules.
But coach Ken Hinkley is confident. Charlie Dixon (ankle), Mitch Georgiades (shoulder) and Zak Butters (Pain) All will be right to support.
“I guess they all play,” he said.
I thought that would all play out until something came up in the scan.
Hinkley said Dixon was particularly critical to the side’s balance.
“We will play wherever we want. Put it where we want it,” he said.
It is ready to go wherever we want.
Geelong Coach Chris Scott admits Ruckman Rhys Stanley He will be sidelined for the “medium term” after injuring his knee in the win over Port Adelaide.
Stanley was out of contention but received good news from scans over the weekend.
“Rhys suffered a right knee injury during Saturday’s match against Port Adelaide and was ruled out at half-time,” said Harry Taylor, head of medical and conditioning services.
“In some positive news, scans show only minor cartilage damage and some broken bones and Rhys is only expected to be injury free in the medium term.”
The club has several options to fill the Stanley gap Jonathan Seglar And Esava Ratugolia Return to full fitness, and Shannon Neale It was used last weekend as a medi sub.
“I’m not saying we’re going to be fine, I’m not saying we have a lot of coverage, but we have options that don’t always happen,” Scott explained.
The cats hope Sam Mengola He will be fit to face the Western Bulldogs after missing the clash with Port through injury.
He will undergo a fitness test later this week.
of Lions It will be without a veteran. Daniel Rich Round 20 clash with Richmond.
Rich suddenly landed on his head on his knees while trying to collect a loose ball.
The incident happened late in the Gold Coast Suns’ win.
The rich man was rude when he tried to sit down.
He will miss at least the next 12 days under the AFL’s concussion protocols.
Gold CoastDefense stocks have taken another hit Charlie Ballard Playing from the sideline in Saturday night’s loss to Brisbane.
Ballard’s leg was caught in a race with Joe Daniher and teammate Sam Collins.
He immediately signaled to the bench and was brought down before three quarters.
“Everything happened so fast. I think they’re thinking it’s kind of a moderate (knee injury),” coach Stuart Dew said.
“It was hard to describe.
“He seems to miss his period. I’m not sure how much.
“(But) if it doesn’t take off, it’s somebody else’s chance.”
of Western Bulldogs He keeps scanning the midfield. Adam TraylorAfter he was subbed out in the win over Melbourne.
Trellor reportedly suffered a calf strain during the game, and despite the best efforts of the medical staff, he was unable to recover properly to continue.
“We’ll wait and see,” coach Luke Beveridge said.
“He’s got a bit of a calf condition.
“He came out worried. (We) were able to free him and he went back. But he came out worried about him.”
“He couldn’t go. There is something there.
Caleb Daniels And Taylor Duryea They need to prove their fitness to face the Cats in Geelong on Saturday.
Daniels and Duryea are both returning to full practice from knee injuries.
“Caleb and Taylor have recovered well,” said Chris Bell, head of sports medicine for the Dogs.
“Both are in the final stages of rehabilitation and both have worked very hard to get back to their full potential.
“They will both be back in full training this week and if they tick our final boxes, they will both put their hands up for selection.”
Collingwood Protector Brayden Maynard The shoulder injury is sure not to keep him out of the game.
Maynard was ruled out of Sunday’s thrilling win over Essendon after the siren.
Coach Craig McRae was hesitant to comment on Maynard’s injury, but said he feared it was related to a previous shoulder problem.
“He’s had some shoulder issues before,” McRae said.
“Without knowing the full medical report on him, it seems like he just aggravated a previous injury.”
ST KILDA It may be Jack Billings The forward is back for this weekend’s clash with Hawthorn after suffering a back injury against the Eagles on Sunday.
Billings was ruled out in the first inning after suffering back pain a minute into the game.
“It was like a pinch on his back. He had spasms and he couldn’t go back,” coach Brett Rath explained.
“We’ll have to look into this a little further.
“He was sick.
Retten said club medics gave the sub as much time as possible before making the call to activate it early.
Jade Gresham He will go for scans after a knock on his knee that saw him end the game on the bench.
“He hurt his knee before. I think he would be right, but we didn’t take that risk until the end,” Rath confirmed.
Dan Hanbury Looks like a potential inclusion after two games in the VFL.
The former Swan managed just 15 games in four seasons at Saints due to soft tissue injuries.
“Haneberry will be close. We’ll have to see that,” Rattan said.
“We want Dan back to play. It’s been a great couple of weeks.
We don’t have much to look forward to. We just want him to get busy and use his leadership.
West coast Coach Adam Simpson hopes the Eagles can field a more experienced side in their clash with the Gold Coast Suns.
with Nic Knight And Eliot Yew. Fitness is ready to be tested, Simpson said, adding that there are a few more players coming up.
“We hope to find it Willy (Rioly) Next week, and (Jacques) Petruccelle There could be,” Simpson said.
“There could be some good inclusions next week.”
Rioli has not played since the tragic death of his father earlier this month.
Simpson downplayed the fears of a Tim Kelly injury, after the star was held out for just four games against the Saints.
“He’s out of sorts, he’s had an easy week … (but) he’s had a quiet day,” he said.
Battalion Luke Shui He managed to see out the game despite injuring his hand in an awkward landing while trying to kick on the wing.