Collingwood’s Callum Brown will endure shoulder reconstruction surgical procedure this week and miss the remainder of the AFL season.
Brown suffered a dislocated left shoulder through the dying levels of Sunday’s 29-point defeat to conventional rivals Carlton on the MCG.
The 23-year-old noticed a specialist on Monday to evaluate the harm.
It’s just like the one which precipitated Brown’s youthful brother and teammate Tyler to endure season-ending surgical procedure in June.
“It popped out and popped again in once more,” Magpies excessive efficiency supervisor Kevin White stated.
“Scans revealed at the moment some vital harm, which is able to sadly see Cal endure shoulder surgical procedure … afterward this week.
“It is unlucky information for Cal that can put an finish to his 2021 season.
“Like his brother Tyler, he’ll observe swimsuit with that shoulder reconstruction surgical procedure and look to return again greater and higher once more in 2022.”
Josh Thomas was additionally harm within the loss to Carlton, struggling concussion from a collision with teammate Darcy Cameron.
Thomas will likely be sidelined for a minimal 12 days underneath AFL concussion protocols however the Magpies are assured it’s a gentle concussion.
Thomas will miss Friday’s sport towards Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval, whereas Brody Mihocek (stomach) and Will Hoskin-Elliott (again) will likely be examined later within the week.
Jeremy Howe (hamstring) and Will Kelly (quad) are at the very least one other week away from overcoming their accidents.