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The 28-year-old Sunshine Coast product will join the Maroons squad in camp in Brisbane tomorrow. Queensland has decided against flying Inglis to Brisbane for further assessment as he has a stress fracture of the back which could keep him out for several weeks.
Penrith's Rhys Wesser had been considered a more likely replacement for Inglis than Mogg. Mogg and Brisbane fullback Karmichael Hunt will be both be making their Origin debuts at Suncorp Stadium next Wednesday.