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Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare, says that all players that picked up small injuries in Magic Round will be fit to play this weekend.

Titans co-captain Kevin Proctor, second-rower Beau Fermor and interchange forward Sam McIntyre all had injury concerns at different points in the game against Penrith.

"Kevin Proctor picked up a knock to his MCL (knee) on the weekend but he is travelling really well," Hoare said.

"He's had scans but he's trained with the squad and he'll be ready to go for the Bulldogs.

"Both Beau Fermor and Sam McIntyre picked up head-knocks.

"They passed the HIA, Sam during the game and Beau post, just a few stitches upstairs but they'll be ready to go like Kevin Proctor."

The good news is not only was there no additions to the rehab group, but those recovering from injury are progressing well.

"Corey Thompson is week three now in his return to run and return to play program and he is doing extremely well and I'm happy with how he is tracking," Hoare said.

"There's no real guideline to when he will be back but I'm confident it'll be sooner rather than later.

"Patty Herbert re-entered skills at team training this week and hopefully we'll see him get some high speed volume at the back end of the week and we're hoping for a return the following week against the Cronulla Sharks.

"Jonus Pearson with his MCL injury, he is still working through that ... he is going really well and getting stronger.

"We're hoping for round 15 against Manly.

"Sam Lisone is coming back from a pectorial tear and he is getting strength in the pushing movement and the pulling movement.

"We're hoping that Sammy will start to be re-introduced to a little bit of contact next week and we're probably looking at that round 15 mark."