Hooker Wayde Egan was set to make his return against the Storm on Anzac Day but the One New Zealand Warriors have opted to give another week off.
Egan was concussed against Newcastle in round six after also suffering a head knock in the round three encounter with North Queensland.
He had a compulsory 11-day stand-down missing the home match against the Cowboys last Saturday and was targeted to come back next week.
However, it has been decided to rest him for an extra week in the interests of his welfare with a view to him returning against the Roosters on April 30.
Return to play dates are still to be confirmed for offseason signings Mitchell Barnett and Brayden Wiliame.
Wiliame played the first two matches and was named to make the trip to Townsville but was later ruled out with a calf injury. Barnett was forced off the field with a neck injury in the third-round match against the Cowboys.
Head of performance Balin Cupples said Wiliame has a complex calf strain and is yet to join team training.
He said Barnett is maintaining training loads and building neck strength.
Te Maire Martin is now looking at 10 weeks on the sidleline after fracturing his left fibula. He has had successful surgery this week.
|Rocco Berry||Quadricep||Rd 9|
|Wayde Egan||Concussion||Rd 9|
|Te Maire Martin||Fibula||Rd 15|