NRL grants former representative center Michael Jennings permission to be provisionally registered with the Roosters for a comeback. Michael Jennings last played in 2020 and was banned for three years for testing positive to a performance enhancing drug and was also found guilty of assaulting his former wife. The NRL issued a statement stating that Jennings would be allowed to sign a train-and-trial deal with the Roosters. Jennings has played 298 NRL matches for Penrith, Roosters, and Parramatta, representing NSW, Australia, and Tonga. He was a part of the Roosters’ 2013 premiership-winning team during a three-year stint at the club and is now looking to make a comeback.
The Roosters have signed a young forward Siua Wong until the end of the 2026 season. Brisbane has signed a veteran winger Corey Oates to remain at the club for 2024 while adding Dragons forward Jaiyden Hunt on a two-year contract. Wests Tigers winger Charlie Staines has signed a fresh two-year deal to stay at the NRL club until the end of 2025. Cronulla has released veteran playmaker Matt Moylan to Super League club Leigh Leopards.

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