The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs can confirm Kieran Foran has been cleared of any major damage to his toe.
Foran was assessed midway through the first half of Saturday’s match at WIN Stadium, before being forced off for a HIA after a high tackle by Dragons second-rower Tariq Sims in the 38th minute.
He passed the HIA, but he did not return in the second half due to the toe injury.
The playmaker was sent for scans over the weekend and cleared of any major damage. He will train with the team this week and is expected to take his place in the side for the clash with the Newcastle Knights on Sunday.
In other injury news, Will Hopoate is recovering well from an ankle syndesmosis injury. The outside back will start his running program over the next week and is still 5 to 6 weeks away from returning to play.
Adam Elliott has had surgery on his injured left shoulder and will commence his rehab program over the next month. The surgeon was happy with the outcome following surgery last week.
Rookie Isaiah Tass has started his rehab running program and will join the main group in the next 2 to 3 weeks, while Joe Stimson continues to improve and build on his running and strength program as he works his way back from two shoulder operations.