Curtis Scott's season is in medical limbo with the Canberra Raiders still unable to determine the extent of his right leg injury due to a metal plate obscuring a potential scan. The 22-year-old has been sidelined since leaving the field against Canterbury in round 16 last month, and is still unable to train despite initially being thought to have avoided serious injury. A permanent metal plate in his leg, inserted after he broke his right fibula while playing for the Melbourne Storm in 2016, is shielding the area affected by his latest injury. That is preventing the Raiders centre from undergoing an MRI scan which would determine whether or not he has rebroken his leg. "He's unable to scan that part of his leg because the bone they want to scan is right under the plate," Canberra coach Ricky Stuart said.