Keidean Coleman has been ruled out for an extended period.
The 21 year old defender injured his hamstring in the AAMI Community series against the Bulldogs.
Coleman has been diagnosed with significant hamstring strain, he will be sidelined for 8-10 weeks.
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Brisbane High Performance Manager Damien Austin provided a brief update on Wednesday.
The Scan “basically showed a hamstring strain which (was) relatively substantial, so we’ll take our time with that and probably be 8-10 weeks’’ he said.
Austin also revealed that James Madden (Ankle/Knee) should “be fine by next week” after minor swelling, Deven Robertson (Back/Hamstring) expected to return “next week” after training today.
Dayne Zorko is also “tracking really well” and “hopefully” be available for Round 1.
Lions have just revealed Kiddy Coleman's "hamstring strain" will put him out for 8-10 weeks. Big blow.— Michael Whiting (@MichaelWhiting) March 9, 2022