Munster received mixed news over Felix Jones and Tommy O'Donnell, with the full-back progressing well while the flanker is set for a spell out.
Dangerous runer Jones should be back soon following his shoulder surgery at the start of July, with the Irish province explaining his situation.
"After meeting with the specialist, Jones was declared fit to return to some controlled contact this week, with a plan of returning to full training next week if all goes well," they said.
"Ian Nagle who suffered strained tendons under his foot during last week's Zebre v Munster game is currently undergoing rehabilitation and could return in two weeks.
"The prognosis is not so positive for Tommy O'Donnell (knee) who is seeing a specialist later this week, but initial reports suggest he could be out for 10-12 weeks.
"There is good news for Andrew Conway who is back in light training this week following a groin strain in the game against Zebre."