Port record games holder Kane Cornes broke the news on SEN SA Breakfast before club CEO Keith Thomas confirmed revealed there is little concern for Gray’s condition.
“Robbie (Gray) dropped a weight on his toe. We think it’s broken but he’ll be fine for Round 2. He’ll be back today running on the anti-gravity machine,” Thomas said.
Gray entered his 14th season in the AFL with Port in 2020 and has played a minimum of 19 games in each of his last seven seasons.