Reilly is “progressing well” following surgery to repair a fractured skull.
Veteran Adelaide Crows defender Brent Reilly has moved out of intensive care at Royal Adelaide Hospital.
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Reilly underwent surgery on a fractured skull on Monday following a training ground collision that saw the 32-year-old’s head clash with a teammate’s knee.
The Crows have released a statement saying Reilly was “progressing well” from surgery.
“Brent is progressing well following surgery to repair a fractured skull on Monday,” the statement read.
“The club asks if you could please continue to respect the Reilly family’s privacy during this difficult time.”
Reilly has played 203 games for the Crows since making his debut in 2002.
He has been moved into a private ward at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.