Football Operations Coordinator Ryan Hoffman has the latest on injured players as we head into Round 13 of the Telstra Premiership.
Scans have confirmed a low grade AC injury for captain Cameron Smith.
"We will monitor him over the next week or two," Hoffy said.
Centre Justin Olam was a late out ahead of our round 12 match.
"That was precautionary more than anything, he injured his ankle at training so we rested him," Hoffy said.
"He should be right to go next week."
Paul Momirovski had surgery on his finger last week and is expected to spend a long stint on the sidelines.
"(Paul) looks like he’ll be out for 12 weeks," Hoffman said.
"It's a weird one, you don't often see a long term finger injury, it's unlucky.
"Brenko (Lee) also had surgery on his broken hand and he looks to be back hopefully in the next two to three weeks."
Tui Kamikamica is on the long road to recovery following his back surgery.
"Tui is improving now, he's doing a lot better after surgery," Hoffy said.
"He's up and moving which is great and we are seeing some progress, but we don’t really have a timeline for his return.
"Max (King) is slowly getting into full training after he hurt his achilles.
"We will monitor him over the next week and increase his workload.
"Jahrome Hughes is fine, he just had a corky in the hip (on Sunday)."
Marion Seve will be out for at least a week after suffering a head cut during Sunday's match.