Curtis Taylor
Injury Leg
Out three weeks
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 3, 2020
Taylor will miss the next three weeks due to a knee injury, Rob Burton of the Roos' official site reports.
Taylor suffered the injury in the third quarter of Saturday's tilt versus the Crows and it appears he hasn't escaped a notable issue. Look for more info to surface as the forward draws closer to rejoining the action.
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Suffers another injury
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 1, 2020
Taylor was hit in the left leg early in the third quarter Friday against Adelaide , limped off into the locker rooms and was unable to return.
It was an unfortunate injury for Taylor after one of his teammates lost his balance and tumbled directly into his left shin at full speed. Taylor's leg bent backward in a gruesome way but it was encouraging that he was able to limp off the field under his own power. The Kangaroos' next fixture will be Aug. 5 against the Cats so Taylor doesn't have a whole lot of time to heal up in advance.
Gets clean bill of health
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 12, 2020
Taylor has been cleared from a facial fracture Monday.
Taylor sustained the injury due to a hit to the head during Saturday's match with Essendon, but he's now been cleared to resume on-field activities. He'll be available to face Adelaide on July 18.
Passes concussion test
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 11, 2020
Taylor took a hit to the head during Saturday's match with Essendon but passed his concussion test, according to coach Rhyce Shaw.
Taylor suffered a high hit from Dylan Shiel that left him on the turf and could land Shiel in a suspension after the match review. Since Taylor didn't seem to suffer too poorly from the hit, it will be interesting to see if he misses any time.