Avarillo signed with Dolphins. Sailor is ok but better than Sloan and/or Amone? Don't think so. Luke Thompson would be a great signing. Josh Reynolds is about 34 now and was average in his prime.
BRONCOS: Logan Bayliss-Brow, Brendan Frei, Jordan Pereira, Josh Rogers, Tristan Sailor, Tyson Smoothy, Martin Taupau
RAIDERS: JJ Clarkson, Jarrod Croker, Matt Frawley, Brad Schneider, Adrian Trevilyan, Clay Webb
DOGS: Paul Alamoti, Jake Averillo, Fa'amanu Brown, Braidon Burns, Declan Casey, Kyle Flanagan, Samuel Hughes, Joseph O'Neill, Jayden Okunbor, Malachi Retchford, Josh Reynolds, Luke Thompson, Judda Turahui, Corey Waddell
Sims on his last legs as a player.
DOLPHINS: JJ Collins, Kurt Donoghoe, Poasa Faamausili, Tesi Niu, Michael Roberts
SEA EAGLES: Morgan Boyle, Ethan Bullemor, Samuela Fainu, Morgan Harper, Jamie Humphreys, Brad Parker, Jacob Sykes, Raymond Tuaimalo Vaega,
STORM: Grant Anderson, Cole Geyer, Jordan Grant, Dean Ieremia, George Jennings, Tepai Moeroa, Jayden Nikorima, Tariq Sims
Frizell might be good for 2 more years. No thanks to the others. Too old or in the case of Cartwright, too soft to play in the forwards.KNIGHTS: Dane Aukafolau, Adam Clune, Lachlan Fitzgibbon, Tyson Frizell, Bailey Hodgson, Hymel Hunt, Jack Johns, Brodie Jones, Kurt Mann, Kobe Rugless, Tavita Toloi, Enari Tuala, Chris Vea'ila
WARRIORS: Shaun Johnson, Adam Pompey, Bayley Sironen
COWBOYS:Jake Bourke, Mitchell Dunn, Brendan Elliot, Jack Gosiewski, Jake Granville, Ben Hampton, Jordan McLean, Riley Price, Taniela Sadrugu, Gehamat Shibasaki, James Tamou, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Ragarive Wavik
Would be huge signings. With the Couchmans, an good pack for a number of years.Not sure if it's true or not or all hype .... I hope it's a real attempt by Flanno https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...ws-story/14f8ae721760b626e5d39d953b4bb955?amp
Maybe he didn't put the toilet seat down and and she got the shits with him , so he has told her " I'm off to the Dragons" ........I very much doubt Fifita is even seriously considering it. His Mrs signed with Gold Coast. Doesn't make much sense for her to sign with them only for Fifita to go the opposite way.
Read this too, was not sure my eyes had deceived me. Fifita is doubtful but please go full bore for Tino, a rep grade bookend is a major coup.Not sure if it's true or not or all hype .... I hope it's a real attempt by Flanno https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...ws-story/14f8ae721760b626e5d39d953b4bb955?amp
That was before Holbrook was shown the door, evidenly both had a clause concerning his retention, so when he was sacked they enforced it and were subsequently placed on the open market.I very much doubt Fifita is even seriously considering it. His Mrs signed with Gold Coast.
Let's hope , will go a long way in the building processhttps://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/dragonstitans-tension-grows-as-poaching-raid-launched-on-david-fifita-and-tino-faasuamaleaui/news-story/14f8ae721760b626e5d39d953b4bb955?amp
Is Flanno wavering over keeping Hunt as the 1.7m saved is likely to be part of the war chest needed to snare this pair.
Surely there is no way they can even consider keeping him around now. But I support them 100% in insisting he hangs around until a player swap is organised.Is Flanno wavering over keeping Hunt as the 1.7m saved is likely to be part of the war chest needed to snare this pair.
''It also adds to the growing angst between the Dragons and Titans as Gold Coast looms as St George Illawarra skipper Ben Hunt’s preferred destination next year. It is understood the Titans would be prepared to offer Hunt a three-year contract.''
Would need a very serious PR do over before getting a lot of TPA deals. I guess so. Or maybe they don't care.
Broncos bombshell as Payne Haas hits open market, big-money scramble imminent
Powerhouse Payne Haas has dropped a bombshell on the Broncos with the star to create a big-money scramble by heading to the open market.Brisbane powerhouse Payne Haas has dropped a bombshell on the Broncos with his management confirming he will launch a multi-million dollar scramble for his services by heading to the open market on November 1.
Haas, who missed NSW’s win over Queensland on Wednesday night with an ankle injury, is regarded as the No.1 forward in the game and is bound to have no shortage of suitors in rugby league and rugby union.
The Bulldogs, Brisbane’s opponent on Saturday afternoon, are expected to be at the front of the queue as they look to supercharge their rebuild under head of football Phil Gould.
How much is the best prop in the game worth? 1 mil a year + TPAs?