Jimmy Webster will miss Saturday's clash with Essendon after suffering a concussion in last week's match against Melbourne.
The 27-year-old was initially thought to have suffered a cracked jaw, but was later confirmed to have mild concussion symptoms.
In line with the AFL’s latest concussion protocols, Webster will be mandated to spend a minimum of 12 days on the sidelines.
In other injury news, skipper Jarryn Geary (leg) and Rowan Marshall (foot) are expected to be available for selection in the coming weeks.
James Frawley and Ryan Byrnes are progressing well from respective hamstring injuries, while Dan Hannebery is nearing his return following a calf issue.
Meanwhile, Brad Crouch will available for selection ahead of Round 3.
|Ryan Byrnes||Hamstring||2-3 weeks|
|James Frawley||Hamstring||4-6 weeks|
|Jarryn Geary||Leg||1-2 weeks|
|Dan Hannebery||Calf||1-2 weeks|
|Jimmy Webster||Concussion||1 week|
|Updated: Wednesday, March 31|