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Kevin Proctor celebrates his try against the Cowboys in Round 21.

The Gold Coast Titans have moved quickly to replace Greg Bird, signing Kevin Proctor from the Melbourne Storm on a four-year deal.

The second-rower has played all his 179 NRL games for the Storm, having debuted in Round 10, 2008, while he has also played 15 Tests for New Zealand.

The 27-year-old scored six tries in 24 games for the Storm in 2016.

"This is a great opportunity to return home to the Gold Coast with my young family to be closer to all of our family," Proctor said.

"It has been a long process and I needed to feel comfortable with the decision as I have had a successful time at the Melbourne Storm and made some great friends, but now I am looking forward to joining Neil and the Titans players and contributing to the team's success."


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