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Stevie J scare: injury report for 15/1

6004801731_44cb63633e_bA worrying foot problem for Steve Johnson headlines the latest injury report.

This is a collation of the latest injury reports from the media as collated in FanFooty’s Media Street feature.

cold sore Steve Johnson: CTR
GEELONG has been dealt a triple blow with recruit Mitch Clark, Nathan Vardy and Steve Johnson all suffering injuries.
Triple injury blow for Cats – AFL

injured Nathan Vardy: FWD
GEELONG has been dealt a triple blow with recruit Mitch Clark, Nathan Vardy and Steve Johnson all suffering injuries.
Triple injury blow for Cats – AFL

sore Mitchell Clark: FWD
GEELONG has been dealt a triple blow with recruit Mitch Clark, Nathan Vardy and Steve Johnson all suffering injuries.
Triple injury blow for Cats – AFL

sore Harley Bennell: FWD/CTR
” During the early stages of the pre-season campaign, SUNS vice-captain Dion Prestia and fellow midfielder Harley Bennell suffered minor soft tissue complaints.
Pre-season Injury Update – Gold Coast Suns FC

sore Sam Gilbert: BAC
ST KILDA is keen to retain versatile defender Sam Gilbert beyond the final year of his contract, backing the free agent to rediscover his best football in 2015.
Saints have faith in Gilbert – AFL

sore Reece Conca: CTR
RICHMOND midfielder Reece Conca has undergone minor knee surgery, interrupting what has been a strong pre-season for the young Tiger.
Surgery sidelines Tiger – AFL

sore Jackson Trengove: BAC
JACKSON Trengove will undergo surgery this week after injuring his shoulder during a marking contest at training.
Trengove to undergo surgery – Port Adelaide FC

sore Jesse White: FWD
COLLINGWOOD forward Jesse White has escaped serious injury after scans revealed he would miss three weeks of training with a medium grade sprained ankle.
Injury blow for White – AFL

sore Tim Mohr: BAC
GREATER Western Sydney has been boosted by some positive injury news, with big man Tim Mohr on target for a round-one return from a knee reconstruction.
Mohr good news for GWS – AFL

sore Jake Carlisle: BAC/FWD
The club is continuing to take a cautious approach with Jake Carlisle as he increases his modified program recovering from some patella tendonitis.
Hocking takes cautious approach on return – Essendon FC

longterminjured Cameron Delaney: BAC
Another key defender recruit, Geelong’s Cameron Delaney, remains a long-term proposition as he battles to overcome a debilitating toe injury.
Carlton tall Kristian Jaksch on track for return to full training by end of January – The Age

sore Michael Johnson: BAC
Michael Johnson (back) and Colin Sylvia (ankle) remained in the rehab group, while Zac Dawson and Ryan Crowley were unsighted.
Top guns back to Freo duty – West Australian

longterminjured Clay Smith: CTR
The only long-term prospect on the Dogs’ injury list is Clay Smith .
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Scott Selwood: CTR
Scott Selwood (ankle)and Jack Darling (foot) have been restricted to light duties, with Darling awaiting the results of scans after spending time in a moonboot.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Jack Darling: FWD
Scott Selwood (ankle)and Jack Darling (foot) have been restricted to light duties, with Darling awaiting the results of scans after spending time in a moonboot.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Elliot Yeo: BAC/CTR
Callum Sinclair (finger) and Elliot Yeo (hand) are both training away from the main group, with Yeo expected back in full training in February.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Jeremy McGovern: BAC/FWD
Sharrod Wellingham (knee)and Brad Sheppard (ankle)are back in full training, while Jeremy McGovern (hip) is due back to full training by the end of January.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Lloyd Perris: CTR
In good news for the Swans, youngster Lloyd Perris is making some strong progress in his return from a torn ACL early last season.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Brodie Murdoch: BAC/FWD
Brodie Murdoch (back) is on a modified program, while Jack Lonie (ankle) will resume training in late January.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Tom Hickey: RUC
Tom Hickey (knee) is four to six weeks away from joining in full training, while Sam Gilbert (foot) is aiming to be available for round one.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Arryn Siposs: FWD
Arryn Siposs is still six weeks away from starting his rehab after re-injuring his shoulder in December.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Matt Thomas: CTR
The 195cm backman was one of Richmond’s only injury concerns towards the end of last year, although Matt Thomas (knee) is yet to rejoin the main group after post-season surgery.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Jack Trengove: CTR
Travis King MELBOURNE Melbourne enters 2015 boasting a relatively clean bill of health, but how dearly the Demons must be wishing for midfielder Jack Trengove to finally overcome his navicular problems and Jesse Hogan to get a clear run at the big time.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Liam Sumner: FWD
Liam Sumner is the other Giant expected to miss the start of 2015 due to a navicular stress fracture in his right foot, sustained last month.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Jonathon Patton: FWD
Michael Whiting GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY Key forward Jonathon Patton and big defender Tim Mohr are on similar timelines as they recover from knee reconstructions.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Aaron Hall: FWD
Small forwards Aaron Hall and Brandon Matera both had groin surgery, with Hall a long-term proposition who has no timeframe for return, while Matera is hopeful of ramping up his rehab in the coming months to be available for pre-season matches.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Colin Sylvia: FWD
Midfielder Colin Sylvia had an ankle clean out to relieve an impingement on his calf muscle and was on restricted duties before Christmas, while Anthony Morabito will continue to be nursed cautiously through the pre-season after injuring his knee in September.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Tayte Pears: BAC
Meanwhile luckless Bomber Tayte Pears is set to increase his training load in January after Achilles surgery just before the end of last season.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Heath Hocking: CTR
Despite having surgery on his groin just before Christmas, Heath Hocking is still in contention to play round one.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Nick Kommer: FWD
Nat Edwards ESSENDON After an impressive debut season in 2013, utility Nick Kommer was forced to spend last year on the sidelines as he battled through a patella tendon injury.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Matthew Scharenberg: BAC
Tagger Brent Macaffer is still hopeful of a round one return following a knee reconstruction, while a more cautious approach will continue to be taken with youngster Matthew Scharenberg who also ruptured his ACL late last season.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Brent Macaffer: CTR
Tagger Brent Macaffer is still hopeful of a round one return following a knee reconstruction, while a more cautious approach will continue to be taken with youngster Matthew Scharenberg who also ruptured his ACL late last season.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Cameron Giles: BAC
The Blues are continuing to take a conservative approach with Cameron Giles as he recovers from a serious foot injury.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Kristian Jaksch: BAC
Meanwhile former Giant Kristian Jaksch resumed running just before Christmas and is currently on a modified training program after being diagnosed with a stress reaction in the navicular bone in his left foot in mid-November.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Trent West: RUC
Trent West is recovering well following surgery for his ruptured ACL, but is not expected to play until midway through the season.
Your club’s returners – AFL

sore Sam Shaw: BAC
Defender Andy Otten isn’t expected to play this season after rupturing his ACL in August last year, while defender Sam Shaw had hamstring surgery in the off-season and isn’t expected to resume full training until the end of March.
Your club’s returners – AFL

longterminjured Andy Otten: BAC
Defender Andy Otten isn’t expected to play this season after rupturing his ACL in August last year, while defender Sam Shaw had hamstring surgery in the off-season and isn’t expected to resume full training until the end of March.
Your club’s returners – AFL

injured Alan Toovey: BAC
After it was announced that Ben Reid was sent to Germany to receive treatment on his persistent muscle strains, the club can inform supporters that Darcy Moore and Alan Toovey have both experienced minor setbacks to their 2015 campaigns.
Injury update on two Pies – Collingwood FC

injured Darcy Moore: BAC/FWD
After it was announced that Ben Reid was sent to Germany to receive treatment on his persistent muscle strains, the club can inform supporters that Darcy Moore and Alan Toovey have both experienced minor setbacks to their 2015 campaigns.
Injury update on two Pies – Collingwood FC

injured Lachlan Plowman: BAC

Elbow blow for Plowman – GWS Giants FC

injured Andrew Raines: CTR
Andrew Raines ‘ pre-season preparations have taken a blow after scans revealed the AFL journeyman has damaged the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Andrew Raines injury update – Gold Coast Suns FC

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