BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 23: Team mates and staff surround Harris Andrews of the Lions as he is taken from the ground after he collided with Jeremy Cameron of the Giants during the round 14 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at The Gabba on June 23, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Jono Searle/Getty Images)

Brisbane defender Harris Andrews will be re-assessed in two weeks’ time after the club confirmed he had a small bleed on the brain after suffering a severe concussion in Saturday’s loss to GWS.

During the opening minutes of the game, Andrews was running back with the flight of the ball before being collected by Giants forward Jeremy Cameron, and the young Lion was sent to hospital on Saturday night after spending the remainder of the game watching on from the bench.

Andrews was released from hospital on Sunday night, and the neurosurgeon will re-assess Andrews’ health in two weeks’ time.

Brisbane’s General Manager of Football David Noble released the following statement surrounding Andrews’ injury.

“Our discussions with the neurosurgeon have been encouraging as they expect Harris to make a full recovery,” Noble told lions.com.au.

“He will have a follow-up scan in two weeks’ time, when we will know more.”