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HBF Injury Update: Grey hamstrung

Rosie Duffy  August 8, 2017 6:21 PM

High performance manager Jason Weber gives an update on Freo's injured players.

Brady Grey is set to miss the next two weeks of football after sustaining a hamstring injury in the first half of Saturday’s win against the Suns at Domain Stadium.

High performance manager Jason Weber said the forward has started his rehab process and was progressing well.

“Brady had a hamstring injury in the second quarter of Saturday’s game,” Weber said.

“Unfortunately it’s enough to keep him out for the next couple of weeks, but he is in at the club and started his rehab process and he is doing well.”

Connor Blakely underwent surgery earlier this week to repair a shoulder injury the midfielder sustained in the Freo’s round 19 game against the Giants.

“The shoulder surgery went well and we are looking forward to him having a big summer,” Weber said.

Ed Langdon had surgery on his knee on Tuesday and Weber said the Freo forward will be ready to join in pre-season training.

“Ed had to have a surgery on the back of his PCL injury he sustained a couple of weeks ago,” Weber said.

“It has all gone to plan at this stage and we look forward to him coming back for the summer.”

In positive news Michael Walters and Aaron Sandilands are progressing well through their rehab programs.

“Michael is doing really well, he is back on the rehab process and back into full strength training,” Weber said.

“He is boxing and training really hard and looking forward to getting back to running in a week or so.

“Because of the nature of Aaron’s surgery he was quite slow in the initial couple of weeks but he is back training now.

“He has started the strength process and looking forward to a good summer.”

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