Reynolds sustains broken jaw

Reynolds sustains broken jaw Written by STAFF WRITERS , March 7, 2016

RABBITOHS playmaker Adam Reynolds will likely miss the next six weeks of footy after scans revealed he has sustained a broken jaw.

Reynolds, who recorded two try assists in Souths’ convincing 42-10 victory over the Roosters, suffered the injury in the 58th minute when he collided with the hip of forward Kane Evans.

Reynolds will visit a surgeon on Tuesday to reveal the full extent of his recovery and rehabilitation period.

The news is a bitter blow for the Redfern-based side who will be without former captain John Sutton for four months after scans revealed he has sustained a ruptured pectoral muscle.

Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire welcomes back Luke Keary next week after serving a one-match suspension. He will be hoping that keary and 26-year-old rookie Cody Walker can strike up an immediate and efficient partnership in the halves.

Captain Greg Inglis is also under an injury cloud after he suffered a blow to his knee while attempting to knock a ball dead.

Inglis was confident he would be fine for next weekend’s clash with the Knights but will have to pass a fitness test later in the week.

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