James Morrison continues to struggle to regain full health after a serious hamstring injury cut short his 2015-16 season.
James Morrison finally played a full 90 minutes in Albion's midweek visit to Northampton and is in contention to start again in the Premier League in Week 3.
West Bromwich Albion confirmed midfielder James Morrison has signed a new contract to remain at the club this summer.
Sunderland and newly-promoted Middlesbrough are fighting for the chance to land West Brom midfielder James Morrison this summer.
James Morrison is hoping to play some part in the season run-in after spending most of the calendar year side-lined following a hamstring injury.
If today's team news is to be believed, James Morrison will miss both matches in Week 34 and then the Baggies subsequent match before returning for the final three matches of the season.
James Morrison is reportedly "getting closer" but he won't be fit in time to face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in Week 32 action.
Tony Pulis has confirmed that James Morrison could miss up-to two months after an MRI scan revealed the Baggies midfielder had ruptured his hamstring.
James Morrison will miss West Brom's trip to Southampton with a hamstring injury he picked up early against Chelsea.
James Morrison is not expected to recover from the hamstring problem which forced him off during the opening minutes of Wednesdays’ game at Stamford Bridge.
James Morrison scored a well-taken goal in the first half on the way to West Brom beating Arsenal 2-1 at the Hawthorns.
Tony Pulis continues to do his best Bill Belichick impression when it comes to providing detail on player injuries in his weekly press conference.
Tony Pulis has indicated that he has several injury doubts for this Saturday but he declined to elaborate on who they were or how likely they were to feature.
James Morrison's ankle issue continues to linger and it may force the midfielder to miss a second consecutive Premier League match in Week 10.