Taylor Adams during the 2022 AFL Round 1 match between St Kilda and Collingwood (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

Collingwood midfielder Taylor Adams will miss the remainder of the home and away season after suffering a groin injury in Saturday's win over Port Adelaide.

Adams was subbed out of the match at half-time after sustaining the setback in the opening half, having his evening concluded after collecting nine disposals, four tackles and four clearances.

According to multiple reports, scans will see Adams to miss the final rounds of the season before a potential return in September.

Collingwood have already secured their finals berth for 2022, and remain a strong chance to land a second chance in the post-season with a top-four finish.

A pre-finals bye will aid Adams' recovery, with the former Giant a potential chance to make his return for the opening week of finals.

Collingwood will further assess Adams' groin strain in the coming weeks, hopeful the 28-year-old will play again this year.

His absence will open the door for mid-season recruit Josh Carmichael to cement his place in Craig McRae's senior side for the finals games of the regular season.

Collingwood are scheduled to face Melbourne this Friday night before concluding their 2022 home and away season against the Swans and Blues.

The Magpies are yet to provide an official update on Adams, as well as injured defender Jeremy Howe, who suffered a quad setback in Round 20.