Which NRL player is most injury prone?

Chris

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I have to say Timana Tahu and Steve Matai is a a close second. Those players are constantly injured.
 

Bazzinator

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chuck brent tate in their, anthony minichiello, brett stewart probably a few others that haven't played a lot of the last few years due to injury
 

sleet52

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I am actually surprised now when Matai makes a run or a tackle and is not clutching at his shoulder. Matai is the new Benji.
 

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Matai seems to hurt himself every game almost but he keeps battling on.
 

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@Alf Duguid said:
Mad Dog McDougall would have to be up there

Yeah he'd be the worst…fair dinkium take two weeks off for a head cold - no ticker.

Justin Hodges is up there as well

They dont compare to old " Daley" though..... :slight_smile:
 

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Past players, I'd agree with CT, Clyde always had a penchant for missing most of the regular season but always seemed to be fit for representative duty or finals series.

Modern day player? Jeez, Israel Folau would be up there since he went to the Broncos. James Aubusson spent a good stint on the sidelines last year, and I think he was/is still injured this year…
 

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Seems like Roy Asotasi only plays every second or third week. And when he does play, he usually goes up the tunnel after 20 mins for a checkup.
 
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