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There are reports that Jarrod Croker will be sitting out four to six weeks after sustaining a knee injury in Friday night's All Stars clash.
It's likely at this stage that he will miss a couple of the opening rounds for the Raiders.
The club has apparently revealed that Croker popped out his knee cap, and it's the same sort of injury he picked up in the preliminary final.
There was originally concern that this was an ACL or medial ligament issue, the former of which would cost Croker a decent chunk of his season.
However, it appears to not be a structural injury and there is no ligament damage.
Raiders CEO Don Furner is reported to have said that Croker's knee cap popped out and back in again, and Croker will be having more scans today.