WORCESTER Warriors centre Ben Te’o could face a spell on the sidelines after a crunching tackle from Ireland’s Robbie Henshaw in Dublin.
Te’o was only on the field for seven minutes as England suffered a 13-9 defeat at the Aviva Stadium which derailed their Grand Slam bid.
The powerful centre arrived on the pitch in the 62nd minute but was involved in a high-velocity collision with Henshaw.
Te’o looked dazed and appeared to suffer a cut mouth.
He missed the post-match presentation of medals and England’s team photographs with the Six Nations trophy.
The former Leinster star took a bang on the head against Gloucester in September and now looks set to miss Warriors’ Aviva Premiership trip to Coventry to face Wasps on Sunday (2.30pm).