Ieremia got on the outside of Dallin Watene-Zelezniak in the 58th minute of Melbourne's trial against the Warriors, and was seemingly injured following 'DWZ's cover tackle, dragging the 21-year-old down.
Watene-Zelezniak was put on report for a hip drop, however, the Warriors' winger failed to attract a charge from the match review committee.
Corey Parker didn't see any foul play in the incident.
"How is it a hip-drop?" Parker said on the Fox League broadcast.
"He's been beaten on the inside shoulder, Ieremia's got him done for all money, Watene-Zelezniak just doing his best to bring him down... there will be nothing off the back of that."
"The 21-year-old, who was Storm's Rookie of the Year in 2021, sustained the injury in the second half of the 24-6 win and underwent scans on his return to Melbourne.
"He will have surgery later this week."
He wasn't the only star to come out of the match injured after front-rower Tai Kamikamica was hurt in the warm-up.
"Meanwhile, forward Tui Kamikamica will miss the opening round of the season against Parramatta on Thursday week after incurring a tendon injury in his foot in the pre-game warm-up on Sunday," the club continued.
"The injury prevented him from taking his place in the Storm line-up.
"Kamikamica is currently expected to be sidelined for up to six weeks."
Olympic silver-medallist Will Warbrick is expected to debut on the wing against Parramatta next Friday in Ieremia's place.