After making a big impact on the wing since debuting, Titans flyer Greg Marzhew will miss up to a month through injury.
In three games, Marzhew has three tries and is averaging 158 running metres per game.
Titans High Performance Manger Klint Hoare says Marzhew has already started rehab.
"Greg Marzhew has a four-week return to play program in place after suffering a muscle tendon junction strain of the elbow-tricep," Hoare said.
"Greg will be following a rehab plan like the one he followed earlier in 2021 with a similar injury.
"After debuting in roundnd 13, Greg was naturally initially disappointed but to his credit he has applied himself diligently within his first week of rehab and is determined to be back and firing and available for selection come round 19 at the earliest."
Marzhew is the Titans only injury concern as a number of players re-join the NRL side this week.
"As per our team list, it's exciting to have Corey Thompson, Beau Fermor and Sam Lisone all available and named to have some capacity within the round 16 clash against the Raiders.
"All have followed a varied return to play programs for their individual injuries however myself, the performance team alongside the medical team of Sam Madden and Lyndsey Self are confident that all three will have successful NRL comebacks this weekend."