Melbourne midfielder Angus Brayshaw was on limited running duties at training this morning, his left elbow was heavily strapped and was surrounded by an arm brace.
Brayshaw appeared to be in some discomfort at times adjusting to the brace and did not last more than 60 minutes running, this was well short of others in the rehab group at the Demons.
“We anticipate he will resume full training in approximately four weeks but will be able to continue his running program during this time.” Melbourne GM of Football Operations Josh Mahoney.
That is a stack of padding on the left arm for Angus Brayshaw pic.twitter.com/PQ4F88FRpd
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Brayshaw averaged 22.1 Disposals, 4.0 Marks & 4.4 Tackles from 22 games for the Demons in 2019, he has not missed a game since returning to the team in Round 4 2018.
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Brayshaw is the target for quite a few coaches entering the 2020 season, the attraction of a reduced salary along with his high ceiling capability is warranted.
With the AFL H&A season under 2 months away now the news on Brayshaw needs to be monitored, any type of delay would be a concern for those interested in selecting him at Round 1.
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