Kerry star Colm Cooper's participation in the All-Ireland quarter-finals is in doubt.
The Kerryman reportedly suffered a dislocated collarbone in Sunday's Kingdom's Munster final win over Tipperary.
The eight-time All-Star was replaced in the 20th minute by Michael Geaney.
After the game Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice played down the injury.
But the Gooch's former Kerry team-mate Sean O'Sullivan, told the RTÉ GAA Podcast Jones' Road that the 33-year-old's collarbone had "popped out" and that he was "definitely" out of Kerry's last-eight date on the the weekend of 30/31 July.