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South Sydney duo Chris McQueen and Ben Te'o (pictured) remain tight-lipped over their contractual status past this season with the Rabbitohs.
Having only just returned from a one-week suspension, Rabbitohs back-rower Ben Te'o is again facing a stint on the sidelines, this time for a dangerous throw in Monday night's 34-18 romp over the Raiders.

Te'o was hit with a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw charge for his 57th-minute tackle on Jarrod Croker, and will miss Souths' clash against the Knights on Sunday with an early guilty plea, though an unsuccessful challenge would also rule him out for their Round 22 showdown with Manly.

Cronulla's Matt Prior is the only other player charged out of the weekend's action, and will miss  one week for his dangerous throw on Penrith's Dallin Watene-Zalezniak, regardless of whether an early guilty plea is entered. 

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