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Rabbitohs High Performance Manager, Troy Thomson, updates us on the casualty ward at the Rabbitohs in the latest ALCATEL onetouch High Performance Update.

Thomson gives an update on Adam Reynolds – dispelling fears following the halfback's injury against the Titans in round 17.

"Adam went down just prior to half-time in the last game we played,” said Thomson.

“He’s pulled up okay which is really good. He just tweaked his medial ligament in his knee. We were able to strap him up and get him out there and he sort of soldiered on for us with a little bit of a limp there.

“Having that week off has really helped him as well – that’s settled down and he hasn’t missed any training at all so it’s been good.”

Thomson also updates us on Chris McQueen with the positive news being that McQeen has now ditched the moon-boot.

“Chris came out of the boot yesterday (Monday) actually,” said Thomson.

“We put him in there for a bit of precaution and take the pressure off that joint and help it heal. He’ll start doing some work now.”

Thomson also updates us on Beau Champion and Aaron Gray as they work to overcome long-term injuries.

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