Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Felise Kafusi could be two of the breakout stars of 2015, according to their Melbourne Storm teammate Tohu Harris.
Cameron Smith is in a race against the clock to be fit for the season opener against St George Illawarra on Monday night.
Promising Storm talent Young Tonumaipea is eager to show he has learnt his lessons after his first season in the NRL.
After a successful stint in the Super League, Storm recruit Blake Green says he's a better player in what will be his second life as an NRL player this season.
Storm fullback Billy Slater says the motivation for success is as strong as ever at the end of the longest pre-season he's had in years.
We want a premiership. That is the directive from the Melbourne Storm hierarchy as the club held its 2015 season launch at Crown Casino on Friday.
For the first time in their history, Melbourne will play a 'home' game for premiership points outside of Victoria when they face the Dragons in Napier in July.
The Storm have been one of the more successful clubs in the NRL over the past decade, but as their stars get older could the Melbourne empire be set to crumble?
Melbourne have come from 18 points down to pip Canterbury 32-30 in their NRL trial match at AAMI Park.
Melbourne prop Jordan McLean has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2017 season.