Queensland and Rabbitohs forward Jai Arrow will miss the next six to eight weeks following surgery today.
Arrow underwent surgery on a syndesmosis injury due to a hip drop tackle on Saturday against the Gold Coast Titans.
The injury occurred in the first half of the game, with Arrow later being seen on crutches and in a moon boot throughout the second half.
It is a massive loss for both Queensland and the Bunnies. Arrow has successfully turned into an impact player at the representative level coming off the interchange bench. In Game 1 last Wednesday, he made 12 runs and 17 tackles, not missing a single one.
In other news at the club, skipper Camer Murray is showing positive signs after only sustaining a low-grade growing strain.
Murray will be present at training tomorrow but will be monitored throughout the week.
The lock is set to be available for both Game 2 and 3 of Origin, but there has been no word on whether he will play this weekend against the Dragons.