Jack Silvagni
Done for season
FCarlton Blues
August 17, 2021
Silvagni will miss Round 23 against GWS in order to start recovering from a hip injury, according to Director of High Performance Andrew Russell.
Silvagni still managed to play in 15 games this season and score over 100 fantasy points in two of his final three starts, but will now get a head start on rehab heading into 2022.
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Solid in loss
FCarlton Blues
July 24, 2021
Silvagni scored one behind to go with 21 disposals (16 kicks, five handballs) and made nine marks during Saturday's 116-77 loss to North Melbourne in Round 19.
Silvagni put up his best game of the season but it came at the worst time with his team now unlikely to make the finals. If Silvagni can go from here and consistently record over 20 disposals, there's more value to have from this Blues club.
Available for selection
FCarlton Blues
May 18, 2021
Silvagni is expected to be available for selection at forward after returning from a concussion, per his club's medical report.
Silvagni has only played four times this season and will need to be much more active to prove his value, as he's scored just two goals and averages 9 disposals per game in 2021.
Out with concussion
FCarlton Blues
May 11, 2021
Silvagni will miss at least Round 9 against Melbourne due to a concussion and is hopeful to return in two weeks, according to Director of High Performance Andrew Russell. "(Silvagni) pulled up pretty well after it. He'll go into the 12-day concussion protocol and hopefully we will see him out there in two weeks' time again."
Silvagni picked up a concussion in the Round 8 loss to Western Bulldogs that will limit his participation in the middle weeks of May. He's only played in four games over the past two seasons and needs to stay healthy before he can he worth much for fantasy.
Subbed out due to concussion
FCarlton Blues
May 9, 2021
Silvagni was subbed out in the third term of Sunday's 107-91 loss to Western after suffering an apparent concussion, SEN.com reports.
Thanks to a string of shoulder- and now concussion-related issues, Silvagni has been able to make appearances in consecutive contests only once to this point in the year. No word yet on the seriousness of his most recent injury. Still, it is safe to say the Blues just aren't the same upfront without the 23 year-old forward available for selection. Silvagni recorded five disposals, two marks, two behinds and a single goal assist before departing Sunday's defeat.
In line to return
FCarlton Blues
May 4, 2021
Silvagni (shoulder) appears likely to retake the field for Sunday's match versus Western, Cristian Filippo of the Blues' official site reports.
Silvagni hasn't appeared in a game since April 10 but finally appears to be back in the mix for selection. In his two full games, Silvagni tallied a combined two goals, two behinds, 25 disposals, six marks and four tackles.