West Coast veteran Jack Darling will be managed at training across the coming week after sustaining a minor hamstring strain last Friday.

Darling will be joined by defender Jamaine Jones in being on limited minutes at training as the latter deals with groin soreness.

The Eagles aren't expecting either player to miss an extended portion of their pre-season program, with the club taking a careful approach to managing their respective training loads.

"Jack Darling sustained a minor hamstring setback during training on Friday, similar to Tim Kelly's mild strain, and will be managed in coming sessions," a club update revealed.

"Jamaine Jones is managing some groin soreness."

Darling's hamstring concern is the latest ailment of that nature to hinder West Coast's playing group, with small forward Liam Ryan set to miss the start of the coming season with hamstring tendon damage.

Reigning best and fairest winner Tim Kelly has required time off the track due to a strain of his own, while youngster Coby Burgiel has also been battling with minor hamstring issues.

Second-year Eagle Elijah Hewett is expected to miss West Coast's Round 1 meeting with Port Adelaide next month as he seeks specialist treatment on a foot matter, while midfielder Dom Sheed is also nursing a foot injury.

Defender Josh Rotham continues to deal with groin soreness, while rookie Archer Reid was in a moon boot this pre-season after hurting his knee early into the summer.

The Eagles' pre-season schedule sees them face Fremantle and Adelaide later this month in the lead-up to their Round 1 bout with the Power at Adelaide Oval on Sunday, March 17.