NRL investigates Broncos Cap Situation
As reported by NRL News yesterday the, the situation at the Broncos has firmed from rumour stage to panic stage for officials and fans alike. The NRL has now officially stepped in to investigate their 2006 books and apparently the problem relates to Darren Lockyer and cash payments. Stayed Tuned for more info from NRL News. We also touch on the following topics in this post:

Lote loss
Titans: Walker win Parra: Hindmarsh and Cayless locked in to 2010, and Ian Hindmarsh safe to play-on Penrith: Pritchard Situation
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Cap rumour sees spoon betting on Broncos
Conspiracy theory loving NRL punters have started a betting plunge on 2006 NRL Premiers the Brisbane Broncos to take the NRL Wooden Spoon in 2007. As a rumour sweeps through mostly Queensland, bookies may look to halt betting on the NRL wooden spoon market as things heat up. NRL Salary Cap auditing results are to be released shortly. Click here for full article.

Paul ‘Fatty’ Vautin Cops $300,000 paycut as Sterlo leaves
Today NRL Rugby League news looks at the Rugby League Footy Show for 2007. Sadly, with the on-going cost cutting at Channel 9 TV Studios – it seems the Rugby League Footy Show has become the next victim. Cutbacks have seen the Rugby League variety show lose one of it’s most admired panel members in Peter ‘Sterlo’ Sterling. The other major change sees lead panelist Paul ‘Fatty’ Vautin lose almost half of his estimated $600,000 yearly pay. Click here for full article info.

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Wayne Bennett Talks NRL and Salaries
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In one of the better articles of this year, Wayne Bennett writes a column regarding the Sonny Bill Williams re-signing and how NRL Rugby League salaries are skyrocketing. Bennett also talks about Sonny Bill Williams and comparisons with Andrew Johns and Darren Lockyer.
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NRL News
Sonny a Dog for 5 more years
Bulldogs superstar Sonny Bill Williams today resigned with the Bulldogs for a contract term of 5 years, with a total value estimated at 2 million dollars. Sonny Bill Williams discusses the reasoning behind the new Rugby League Contract and what eventually made his mind up. Speculation was rife the Dogs may lose Sonny Bill Williams to the NZ Warriors or possibly the UK. However this is a major boost for the Bulldogs and for Rugby League in general. Click here for full article.
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NRL News Report
Bring Back the Post Try Celebration
Today looks back at the rugby league post try celebration. What started as a simple theme created by the Footy Show, turned into an exciting and highly anticipated component of an NRL game. Fans were craving the new form of NRL entertainment. We look at how the post try celebration died off and discuss why the NRL should bring it back. We are also running an NRL News Poll for the first time, so be sure and participate. Click here for article or Click here for NRL News Poll

NRL News Report
Storm Warning: The Future is Bright
Today NRL News looks back over the Melbourne Storm and their massive achievements after nearly 10 years in the NRL Rugby League Competition. With their NRL trial game form in 2007 absolutely scintilating – we at NRL News believe these guys can get even better. We talk about their battles through drug scandals, low crowds and constant attacks by NRL personalities like Ray Hadlee and Denis Fitzgerald. Expect records to be broken when these guys take to the NRL this season. Click here for full NRL News article.

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