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Fittler reveals Reynolds cleared of serious injury

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler has revealed Adam Reynolds has been cleared of a serious leg injury after he went down midway through the first half of South Sydney's win over the Wests Tigers.

Reynolds left leg was caught under a tackle and attempted to play on with strapping on his left knee, however, left the field and failed to return before finishing the night on crutches. 

There were grave concerns for the Blues hopeful with Rabbitohs coach Wayne Bennett suggesting he may have fractured his fibula, however, Fittler declared the injury is not as bad as first feared. 

"Adam (Reynolds) has been cleared of a fracture," Fittler told Nine's Sunday Footy show. 

"Worse case scenario is he'll be out of training for a couple of days so great news for Adam."

Reynolds has rocketed into contention following some stunning early season form and also after a head injury to Luke Keary which ruled him out of a possible Blues debut in State of Origin Game One.