Geelong’s monumental title recruit Jeremy Cameron will miss at the very least the preliminary two video games of the AFL season in consequence of a hamstring hurt.
The frail GWS spearhead, who has a history of hamstring factors, suffered the fresh hurt at coaching on Wednesday.
“Jeremy has started his rehabilitation program but is potentially no longer accessible for a minimal of the gap two rounds,” Geelong’s total manager of soccer Simon Lloyd acknowledged in an announcement on Friday.
Cameron battled hamstring concerns while at the Giants which curtailed his output in the 2017 finals and additionally final season.
The 2019 Coleman medallist additionally sustained a hamstring hurt in January after becoming a member of Geelong in a tale change deal.
The Cats traded three first-round draft picks for Cameron – the main time in change history that three first-rounders had been exchanged for a player.
Geelong additionally gave up a future fourth-round possibility for the 27-year-out of date.
The left-footer was once GWS’ main map-kicker in his nine seasons at the Giants – eight cases outright and sharing the honor with Toby Greene and Jon Patton in 2017.
Cameron’s most fresh hurt approach Geelong will now not but be in a location to unveil its dream attacking tandem of Cameron and Tom Hawkins, who was once final year’s Coleman medallist.
Cameron will miss at the very least Geelong’s season-opener towards Adelaide on Saturday afternoon and the round-two clash towards Brisbane.