In good news for Gold Coast and Queensland fans alike, AJ Brimson is expected to be fit to play after sustaining a knee complaint against the Sharks.
Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare has eased concerns after the fullback left the field in the round 12 clash.
"It was a knock to the knee for AJ and some bruising," Hoare said.
"Nothing more significant than that."
Brimson has linked with the Maroons camp for State of Origin game one, but is a chance of backing up for the Titans round 14 clash against the Roosters at Cbus Super Stadium.
That game could also see Sam Lisone and Jonus Pearson return, with both progressing well in their recovery from longer term injuries.
Sam Lisone is tracking really well as we've said in previous weeks," Hoare said.
"He is still projected for round 14 against the Roosters as he comes back from a pec tear.
"He's got good strength in the gym and good range and he was introduced into some contact last week and he will increase his exposure training with the team this week.
"Jonus Pearson has had an outstanding work rate and we're just going through his load at the moment.
"He is going to be back round 14 as well against the Roosters as he comes back from that MCL injury."
The Titans will be without Beau Fermor for this weekends game against the Melbourne Storm after he injured his hamstring against the Sharks.
"Beau has just picked up a suspected hamstring strain that we are hoping isn't too severe," Hoare said.
"He'll get scans early in the week and we will get more of an assessment of that but he won't be right for this weekend against Melbourne."
While Fermor will be missing from the round 13 side, the Titans welcome back Tyrone Peachey from suspension.
"Tyrone Peachey has trained really well during his suspension.
"It was disappointing that we lost him in the last couple of rounds but he has done everything we've asked of him in terms of training and all of his workloads, high speed running, contact work has been great and we've got him ready for his return this week against the Melbourne Storm."