Penrith prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard has suffered an undisplaced fracture of the mandible, and will miss at least the next four to six weeks.
The 24-year-old will see a surgeon next week, and will search for the best recovery option.
Initial reports are a broken jaw for Regan Campbell-Gillard and the video doesn’t look good. If confirmed most fall in the 4-6 week recovery range, if severe break can be up to 10 weeks #NRLRoostersPanthers pic.twitter.com/4iEWMJ7yrj
— NRL PHYSIO (@nrlphysio) June 15, 2018
Campbell-Gillard collided with Sydney forward Jared Waerea-Hargreaves in the opening half, and left the field in the 21st minute for a head injury assessment, although his injury was later diagnosed as a jaw problem.
The forward is now ruled out of next Sunday’s Origin II, after making his debut in Origin I.
He will also be in doubt for Origin III on July 11.