Leeds captain Stevie Ward would have concerns over player welfare if clubs were asked to play multiple games a week in a bid to complete the Super League season.
The rugby league campaign has been suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a return date yet to be finalised.
Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington recently revealed that clubs could have to play three games a week in order to fulfil the Super League campaign.
Ward said: “As a player, I would immediately have a concern of how many games you play in a week.
“Its a collision sport, it is a brutal game and there are only so many players that teams have in their squad so how much would a condensed season affect players in terms of injuries?
“The player welfare side of the game is something to think about but I understand we need to think about getting games done as well.
“But we then have to think about the quality of games as well. If there are a few games in a week then there are going to be some tired players out there.
“There won’t be games that we are used to seeing I guess – games which are 100%, with teams going all out.”
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