Gold Coast centre Dale Copley has been ruled out for the rest of the NRL season with a ruptured hamstring.
Copley suffered the injury during the Titans' 34-0 loss to Brisbane, which all but ended Gold Coast's faint finals hopes.
"Dale's had an MRI on his hamstring and he's done a good job on it, so he's out for the rest of the year," Titans physio Craig Catterick said.
"It's an eight to 12 week injury to rehab, but given he's had a history of hamstrings we're just going to bring him back slowly."
Young forward Keegan Hipgrave will also be monitored ahead of Sunday night's clash with the Sydney Roosters after he suffered a concussion in the loss to Brisbane.
But in better news for the Titans fellow forward Morgan Boyle will be fit to play despite requiring eight stitches behind his ear after the defeat.