Adelaide Crows intercept defender Tom Doedee will not be selected for this weekend's Round 10 match against the Bulldogs on Saturday at Mars Stadium due to concussion.

After showing delayed concussion symptoms following his side's 52-point belting of St Kilda yesterday afternoon, he has been placed in the AFL's concussion protocols.

The Crows have emphasised that the welfare of the players is always their primary concern and they will proceed with caution when it comes to Doedee's return to training.

Doedee is the second Crows defender in as many weeks to enter concussion protocols after Nick Murray suffered a head knock in Adelaide's Round 8 loss to Geelong.

The side's injury list has not been to0 impacted otherwise, with Hugh Bond, Shane McAdam and Zac Taylor all still a few weeks away at a minimum.

A knock to the ribs for star midfielder Rory Laird on Saturday had him subbed out for management purposes and should not hinder his selection status this weekend.

Reserve ruckman Kieran Strachan also sustained a concussion during his side's Saturday SANFL loss against Sturt and has also been placed in the protocols, making him unavailable for selection this coming weekend.