Carlton stars Chris Judd, Heath Scotland and Brock McLean trained well on Saturday, but the Blues maintain they won't take any injured players into Sunday's blockbuster elimination final against Richmond.
Judd (knee), McLean (quad) and Scotland (quad) took part in an hour-long light session at Visy Park in front of the Blues' faithful, completing running, kicking and stoppage drills.
Judd, who will turn 30 on Sunday, has not played since straining his medial ligament three weeks ago against the Western Bulldogs, forcing him into a brace for a fortnight with fears he would not return this season.
Scotland was a late withdrawal against Port Adelaide last week, while McLean has not played for a fortnight.
The trio was named to face the Tigers, with Nick Duigan, David Ellard and Andrew McInnes listed as emergencies.
Assistant coach Brad Green said he was confident McLean, Scotland and Judd would play if they declared themselves fit.
"If all three are putting their hands up, all three are fit," Green said on Saturday.
"We don't see it that we're taking in three unfit guys. If everyone clears them, they're out there playing."
Green said he did not have concerns over Judd's fitness nor the strength of his knee.
"Chris is as professional as they come, he's played a lot of finals, he's played in Grand Finals and he's going to help our side if he plays tomorrow," Green said.
"If Chris Judd is putting his hand up, I'm sure Mick (Malthouse) will listen.
"He's been training really hard doing off-leg stuff all the way through and he's keeping his fitness right up there. We're playing finals footy and he's raring to go if he gets through."
The Blues won by 10 points when the two teams last met, in round 21.