Injury-plagued Kangaroo Ed Vickers-Willis has suffered a setback in his return from a serious knee injury, dislocating his toe at training on Tuesday.
As reported by AFL.com.au’s Marc McGowan, the defender hobbled off the track after a marking contest and was sent for scans.
Some not-so-good North Melbourne injury news. Ed Vickers-Willis came off the track with a dislocated toe. No knee damage. Story on @aflcomau soon, as well as two other fresh concerns pic.twitter.com/M7kLywTXER
— Marc McGowan (@ByMarcMcGowan) May 26, 2020
The 24-year old was completing a full training session, having not played since Round 1 against Fremantle last year when he ruptured his ACL.
Vickers-Willis had an arthroscopy to repair some issues in his injured knee in November.
Out-of-contract at the end of the season, the backman has played 15 games after getting drafted by North Melbourne with pick 36 the 2014 AFL draft.