A trio of Pies have overcome injuries and will be available for selection in round 10.

Jordan Roughead and Nathan Murphy have passed the necessary concussion tests, while Max Lynch has progressed well since injuring his calf.

Taylor Adams rehabilitation from a knee injury is progressing well and will look to be available in round 11 against Geelong.

See below for the full injury report, presented by AIA Vitality.

Max Lynch (calf) - Available for selection

  • Cleared to return to full training and is available for selection this week.

Nathan Murphy (concussion) - Available for selection

  • Passed concussion tests. Will train fully this week and expected to be available for selection.

Jordan Roughead (concussion) - Available for selection

  • Passed concussion tests. Will train fully this week and expected to be available for selection.

Brayden Sier (hip) - Expected return: test

  • Hip issue came about at training last week. Scans revealed no strain. Sier will aim to train fully this week and put hand up for selection against Port Adelaide.

Taylor Adams (knee) - Expected return: 1 week

  • Tracking very well. Progressing into full football program this week with an attempt to play against Geelong.

Jamie Elliott (lower leg) - Expected return: 2 weeks

  •  One week behind Adams. Elliott will build into football drills this week and integrate into full football program next week. Likely to be available against Adelaide.

Levi Greenwood (concussion) - Expected return: TBA

  • Ongoing concussion symptoms when returning to the football program. Seeking advice from a specialist on Friday to determine next steps.

Jeremy Howe (hamstring) - Expected return: 8-12 weeks

  • Successful hamstring surgery last week. Howe was back in the club on Tuesday and will revisit the surgeon in a week to determine exact timeline.

Reef McInnes (ankle) - Expected return: 8-10 weeks

  • In the early stages of rehab. Currently completing a cross training program and will look to come out of the boot in two weeks before starting a low level running program.

Trey Ruscoe (shoulder) - Expected return: 1 week

  • Shoulder complaint in the VFL against Coburg. Surgeon's advice determined going under the knife wasn't necessary. Modified football program this week and will look to be available in round 11.
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Injury Report: Round 10

High Performance Manager Kevin White discusses the latest on Collingwood's injury list ahead of our round 10 clash with Port Adelaide.

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