The Canterbury Bulldogs have confirmed that Tim Browne suffered a depressed skull fracture in the clubs loss to the Wests Tigers on the weekend.
Browne was seen pulling out of a tackle and grabbing at his forehead during the match with word trickling out after the match of the suspected fracture.
Browne is likely to need surgey and a plate inserted to correct the fracture and the Bulldogs have put his recovery time from anywhere between 1 and 2 months.
The Bulldogs released a video on their web site outlining Browne’s injury as well as some of the other injury problems the club is facing.
Click here to check it out: Canterbury Bulldogs Injury Report For Round 20
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