Judd fresh and ready to fire for Blues in 2012
Carlton fans breathed a collective sigh of relief at the sight of uninjured superstar Chris Judd taking part in preseason AFL training
Carlton fans breathed a collective sigh of relief at the sight of uninjured superstar Chris Judd taking part in preseason AFL training.
The dual Brownlow Medallist underwent surgery on his shoulder a couple of months ago, but resumed training last month. He did not take part in heavy contact sessions for a few weeks at Visy Park, although looked sharp during other training drills in front of a crowd of Bluebagger faithful.
Judd resumed full contact training two weeks ago and is likely for a start in the preseason cup.
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