Forward Charlie Cameron will be sidelined for 3-4 weeks following minor knee surgery.
Cameron, 21, developed soreness in his knee recently and, in consultation with Club medical staff and a surgeon, it was decided an operation was the best course of action.
Crows General Manager of High Performance Brett Burton said the injury wouldn’t affect Cameron’s availability for the start of the AFL Premiership Season.
“It’s only a minor injury, but we thought it was best to address the issue now,” Burton said.
“Charlie will be on a modified program for a few weeks before returning to full training. He hasn’t missed a beat over the pre-season prior to this and he’ll be ready for Round One.”