Alex Glenn will miss his side's Round 26 meeting with the Storm.

Reason behind 'no contest' decision

NRL match review committee coordinator Michael Buettner has explained the thought process behind Brisbane's decision to enter a no contest plea for Alex Glenn's charge from Thursday night's win over the Rabbitohs.

Glenn was cited for a 'crusher tackle' on Rabbitohs playmaker Adam Reynolds, with the match review committee classifying it as a grade one dangerous contact – head/neck charge, which will see the Broncos second-rower miss his side's Round 26 clash with the Storm.

"They've submitted a no contest plea for Alex Glenn, which means they've got the opportunity to reduce the number of carry-over points that he'll have going forward into the finals series," Buettner said. 

"From that perspective, the Broncos thought it was the best option."

For more on the charges from Round 25, watch the full interview with Buettner here