BROWNLOW Medallist Jobe Watson suffered a knock to the leg in a collision at training Monday morning with the club saying he had avoided serious injury but had suffered a cork.
When Watson collided with a teammate and hit the ground clutching at his leg in pain during match practice, onlookers were alarmed.
Watson went from the ground and did not return to the game, getting treatment on the sidelines.
It was initially reported he may have suffered a hamstring strain while other onlookers feared a knee injury.
Those concerns were allayed when the club confirmed he had suffered a cork to his quad muscle.
"He is fine, he suffered a knock to the quad which they iced up and he should be fine for training tomorrow," a club spokesman said.
"He has been given the all clear by the medical staff."