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Brisbane copped a double dose of bad news today with hooker Barry Berrigan's career in the balance and young winger Steve Michaels facing surgery for a broken leg. Berrigan injured his neck at the weekend while playing for the Clydesdales and his playing future will be clearer later in the week. Michaels will have a plate inserted in his lower leg and be sidelined for three months.
Cowboys hooker Aaron Payne is rated extremely doubtful for the weekend's clash with the Storm after suffering a heavy head knock against Manly at the weekend, but has been cleared of a serious neck injury.
St George Illawarra front rower Luke Bailey has been ruled out for up to six weeks after suffering a knee injury in yesterday's 13-12 golden point loss to Penrith. Scans have confirmed the former Test prop has a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. In brighter news for the Dragons, skipper Trent Barrett is likely to return from a stomach virus for Sunday's match against South Sydney, while centre Matt Cooper is also believed to be some chance of taking on the Rabbitohs after recovering from a hamstring strain.
Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah is expected to be out for between four and six weeks after breaking his right hand in Friday night's bruising 47-12 loss to the Bulldogs. Farah underwent surgery today and will be joined on the sidelines by prop Bryce Gibbs after he was heavily concussed against the Bulldogs.
And lastly, Parramatta backrower Glenn Morrison will learn the full extent of his knee injury tomorrow.