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Injury Update - Round 17

Football Operations Coordinator Ryan Hoffman has the latest on injured players as we head into Round 17 of the Telstra Premiership.

Marion Seve limped from the field on Sunday and will have scans today to confirm a suspected ACL injury. 

"We will have a better idea after his scans but we are pretty confident he's done his ACL - if that's the case he will be out for the rest of the season," Hoffman said.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona could be out for two weeks with a calf injury. 

"NAS hurt his calf during the game and we kept him out for the second half as a precaution," Hoffy said.

We will see how he progresses but we think it will be a 1-2 week injury.

Ryan Hoffman On NAS

Kenny Bromwich (calf) and Tom Eisenhuth (calf) will both be "touch and go" for selection this week.

"Kenny is going to do some running this week and Tom is similar - he will also be integrated into training and they are both touch and go for the Rabbitohs game," Hoffman said.

"Max King (achilles) has been integrated into training and he is available for selection."

Dale Finucane (calf) is progressing well but is still a few weeks away, while Brandon Smith (jaw) and Suli Vunivalu (jaw) are also recovering well.

"Brandon has started eating semi-solid food which is good," Hoffy said.

Suli and Brandon are both running now, they have reviews with their surgeon coming up, so by the end of next week we will have a better idea about their returns.

Ryan Hoffman

Meanwhile, Tui Kamikamica (lower back) is looking good.

"Tui is looking absolutely outstanding, he can’t play footy yet but I'm looking at him right now and I tell you what, he looks a million bucks," Hoffy laughed.

"He is getting very close to playing again, he just needs to tick a few things off at training."

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