NRL Signings Tracker: Eels dump Edwards

Kenny Edwards has been shown the door by Parramatta after the Eels forward had been stood down indefinitely by the Eels after he allegedly fled from police following a random roadside check in April.

Last year Edwards was suspended for seven games and fined $60,000 after pleading guilty to a charge of common assault.  He had been contracted through to the end of next season.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have announced the signing of Penrith winger Christian Crichton on a three-year deal from 2019.

"Signing a player of Christian's ability and potential is great news for Bulldogs fans," said Bulldogs CEO Andrew Hill.

The Penrith Panthers recently announced that Josh Mansour has re-signed with the club until the end of the 2021 season.

The decision is a huge boost to the club following fears he would take up a deal with a rival NRL club.

"I'm extremely grateful and excited to have committed my future to Panthers," Mansour told penrithpanthers.com.au.

In other signing news, Cronulla centre Ricky Leutele will take up a lucrative offer from the Toronto Wolfpack.

NRL.com has been told Leutele, a member of the premiership-winning 2016 side who has racked up 28 tries in his 113 NRL appearances for the Sharks since his debut eight years ago, will make the switch at the end of the 2018 season.

Meanwhile, Melbourne have warded off interest from cashed-up rivals to re-sign Kangaroos back-rower Felise Kaufusi until the end of 2022. NRL.com understands the club and player have agreed to terms on the four-year extension.

Here's the list of all the confirmed signings for player moves in the Telstra Premiership for 2018 and beyond.

2018 updates

Here is a look at the moves for each of the 16 Telstra Premiership clubs. 

Brisbane Broncos

2018 squad: Alex Glenn (2019), Andre Savelio (2019), Andrew McCullough (2021), Anthony Milford (2021), Corey Oates (2018), Darius Boyd (2021), George Fai (2019), Jack Bird (2021), Jamayne Isaako (2018), James Roberts (2021), Jayden Su'a (2018), Joe Ofahengaue (2019), Jordan Kahu (2020), Josh McGuire (2021), Kodi Nikorima (2020), Korbin Sims (2018), Matt Gillett (2020), Matt Lodge (2018), Moses Pangai (2018), Patrick Mago (2019), Sam Thaiday (2018), Tevita Pangai (2018), Tom Opacic (2018), Sam Tagataese (2018)

Gains: Jack Bird (Sharks - 2021), Patrick Mago (Cowboys - 2019), Andre Savelio (Warrington - 2019), Sam Tagataese (Sharks - 2018)

Losses: Jai Arrow (Titans), Adam Blair (Warriors), Herman Ese'ese (Knights), Ben Hunt (Dragons), Matiu Love-Henry (Warriors), Benji Marshall (Wests Tigers), Tautau Moga (Knights), Jai Whitbread (Titans), Joe Boyce, Mitchell Dodds, Travis Waddell (released). 

Canberra Raiders

2018 squad: Aidan Sezer (2018), Ata Hingano (2019),Bill Cullen (2018), Blake Austin (2018), Brad Abbey (2019), Charlie Gubb (2019), Craig Garvey (2018), Dunamis Lui (2018), Elliott Whitehead (2020), Iosia Soliola (2018), Jack Murchie (2020), Jack Wighton (2020), Jarrod Croker (2020), Joey Leilua (2020), Jordan Rapana (2019), Joseph Tapine (2020), Josh Hodgson (2022), Josh Papalii (2018), Junio Paulo (2018), Liam Knight (2019), Luke Bateman (2019), Makahesi Makatoa (2018), Michael Oldfield (2018), Nick Cotric (2020), Royce Hunt (2018), Sam Williams (2019), Shannon Boyd (2018), Siliva Havili (2019), Sitiveni Moceidreke (2018)

Gains: Brad Abbey (Bulldogs), Charlie Gubb (Warriors - 2019), Siliva Havili (Dragons - 2018), Sam Williams (Wakefield - 2018), Craig Garvey (Bulldogs - 2018), Sitiveni Moceidreke (Rabbitohs - 2018), Stefano Hala (Panthers - 2019), Ata Hingano (Warriors - 2019)

Losses: Adam Clydsdale (retired), Lachlan Croker (Sea Eagles), Jeff Lima (retired), Kato Ottio (Widnes, deceased), Clay Priest (Bulldogs), Zac Santo (Warriors), Scott Sorensen (Sharks), Dave Taylor (Toronto), Jordan Turner (Huddersfield), Kurt Baptiste (Leigh Centurions).

2019 losses: Shannon Boyd (Titans)

Canterbury Bulldogs

2018 squad: Aaron Woods (2021), Adam Elliott (2020), Asipeli Fine (2018),  Brett Morris (2018), Clay Priest (2019), Danny Fualalo (2019), David Klemmer (2020), Fa'amanu Brown (2019), Francis Tualau (2019), Greg Eastwood (2018), Jeremy Marshall-King (2018), John Olive (Bulldogs - 2019), Josh Cleeland (2018), Josh Jackson (2020), Josh Morris (2018), Kerrod Holland (2020), Kieran Foran (2020), Mason Cerruto (2018), Marcelo Montoya (2020), Matt Frawley (2018), Michael Lichaa (2019), Moses Mbye (2020), Ofahiki Ogden (2019), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2020), Reimis Smith (2019), Moses Suli (2020), Renouf To'omaga (2020), Rhyse Martin (2019), Will Hopoate (2020), Zac Woolford (2018), Brandon Wakeman (2020)

Gains: Fa'amanu Brown (Sharks - 2019), Kieran Foran (Warriors - 2020), Ofahiki Ogden (Warriors - 2019), Clay Priest (Raiders - 2019), Aaron Woods (Wests Tigers - 2021), Jeremy Marshall-King (Wests Tigers - 2018), Mason Cerruto (Panthers - 2018), Moses Suli (Wests Tigers - 2020), John Olive (Bulldogs - 2019)

Losses: Brad Abbey (Raiders), James Graham (Dragons), Sam Kasiano (Storm), Richard Kennar (Rabbitohs), Tyrone Phillips (Panthers), Josh Reynolds (Wests Tigers), Craig Garvey, Chase Stanley (released), Brenko Lee (Titans).

2019 gains: Jack Cogger (Knights). 

Cronulla Sharks

2018 squad: Aaron Gray (2019), Andrew Fifita (2022), Ava Seumanufagai (2019), Billy Magoulias (2019), Braden Uele (2019), Chad Townsend (2020), Edrick Lee (2018), Jack Williams (2018), James Segeyaro (2018), Jayden Brailey (2019), Jayson Bukuya (2018), Jesse Ramien (2018), Joseph Paulo (2018), Josh Dugan (2021), Kurt Capewell (2019), Kurt Dillon (2018), Luke Lewis (2018), Matt Moylan (2021), Matt Prior (2020), Paul Gallen (2018), Ricky Leutele (2018), Sosaia Feki (2019), Scott Sorensen (2019), Valentine Holmes (2019), Wade Graham (2019)

Gains: Josh Dugan (Dragons - 2021), Aaron Gray (Rabbitohs - 2019), Matt Moylan (Panthers - 2021), Ava Seumanufagai (Wests Tigers - 2019), Braden Uele (Cowboys - 2019), Scott Sorensen (Raiders - 2019), Trent Hodkinson (Knights - 2018)

Losses: Jack Bird (Broncos), James Maloney (Panthers), Gerard Beale (Warriors), Fa'amanu Brown (Bulldogs), Chris Heighington (Knights), Jeremy Latimore (Dragons), Daniel Mortimer (Leigh), Jaeman Salmon (Eels), Jordan Drew (Townsville Blackhawks), Sam Tagataese (Broncos), Jayden Walker (released), Tony Williams (Eels), Trent Hodkinson (Sea Eagles)

2019 losses: Jesse Ramien (Knights). 

Gold Coast Titans

2018 squad: AJ Brimson (2018), Anthony Don (2018), Ashley Taylor (2021), Brendan Elliot (2018), Brenko Lee (2018), Bryce Cartwright (2021), Dale Copley (2018), Jack Stockwell (2018), Jai Arrow (2020), Jai Whitbread (2018), Jarrod Wallace (2022), Joe Greenwood (2019), Kane Elgey (2018), Keegan Hipgrave (2018), Kevin Proctor (2020), Konrad Hurrell (2019), Leilani Latu (2020), Max King (2018), Michael Gordon (2019), Mitch Rein (2018), Nathan Peats (2020), Paterika Vaivai (2018), Phillip Sami (2019), Ryan Simpkins (2018), Tony Maitua (2018), Tyronne Roberts-Davis (2018), Ryan James (2020), Will Matthews (2018).

Gains: Jai Arrow (Broncos - 2020), Mitch Rein (Panthers), Jack Stockwell (Knights), Jai Whitbread (Broncos - 2018), Leilani Latu (Panthers), Will Matthews (Dragons), Michael Gordon (Roosters - 2019), Brenko Lee (Bulldogs - 2018), Bryce Cartwight (Panthers - 2021)

Losses: Chris McQueen (Wests Tigers), Agnatius Paasi (Warriors), Nathaniel Peteru (Leeds), Pat Politoni (Burleigh), Leivaha Pulu (Warriors), Tyrone Roberts (Warrington), Dan Sarginson (Wigan), Tyler Cornish, Chris Grevsmuhl, Eddy Pettybourne, Ryan Simpkins, Daniel Vidot (released), William Zillman (released), Jarryd Hayne (Eels), John Olive (Bulldogs), Karl Lawton (Warriors)

2019 gains: Tyrone Peachey (Panthers - 2021), Shannon Boyd (Raiders - 2022)

Manly Sea Eagles

2018 squad: Addin Fonua-Blake (2020), Akuila Uate (2018), Apisai Koroisau (2018), Brian Kelly (2019), Cameron Cullen (2018), Curtis Sironen (2018), Daly Cherry-Evans (2021), Dylan Walker (2019), Frank Winterstein (2019), Jack Gosiewski (2018), Jackson Hastings (2018), Jake Trbojevic (2020), Joel Thompson (2019), Jonathan Wright (2018), Jorge Taufua (2019), Kelepi Tanginoa (2018), Lachlan Croker (2018), Lewis Brown (2018), Lloyd Perrett (2019), Martin Taupau (2020), Matthew Wright (2019), Shaun Lane (2018), Trent Hodkinson (2019), Toafofoa Sipley (2019), Tom Trbojevic (2020).

Gains: Jack Gosiewski (Rabbitohs), Toafofoa Sipley (Warriors - 2019), Lachlan Croker (Raiders - 2018), Joel Thompson (Dragons - 2019), Trent Hodkinson (Sharks - 2019)

Losses: Pita Godinet (Wests Tigers), Blake Green (Warriors), Brenton Lawrence (retired), Jesse Martin (Rabbitohs), Steve Matai (retired), Brett Stewart (retired), Billy Bainbridge, Jarrad Kennedy, Joey Lussick (released), Darcy Lussick (Toronto Wolfpack - mid-season)

Melbourne Storm

2018 squad: Billy Slater (2018), Billy Walters (2018), Brandon Smith (2022), Brodie Croft (2020), Cameron Munster (2019), Cameron Smith (2018), Cheyse Blair (2020), Christian Welch (2019), Cooper Johns (2018), Curtis Scott (2021), Dale Finucane (2021), Felise Kaufusi (2019), Harry Grant (2018), Jahrome Hughes (2019), Jesse Bromwich (2021), Joe Stimson (2019), Josh Addo-Carr (2021), Junior Ratuvu (2018), Justin Olam (2018), Kayleb Milne (2018), Kenny Bromwich (2020), Lachlan Timm (2018), Louis Geraghty (2018), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2019), Patrick Kaufusi (2018), Ryan Hoffman (2018), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2020), Ryley Jacks (2018), Sale Finau (2018), Sam Kasiano (2020), Sandor Earl (2018), Suliasi Vunivalu (2020), Tim Glasby (2018), Tino Fa'asuamaleaui (2018), Tui Kamikamica (2018), Will Chambers (2020), Young Tonumaipea (2018)

Gains: Ryan Hoffman (Warriors - 2018), Sam Kasiano (Bulldogs - 2020), Patrick Kaufusi (Cowboys - 2018), Sandor Earl (unattached - 2018), Billy Walters (Brisbane Easts - 2018), Cooper Johns (Sea Eagles - 2018), Kayleb Milne (NZ rugby - 2018),

Losses: Jesse Arthars (Rabbitohs), Cooper Cronk (Roosters), Slade Griffin (Knights), Tohu Harris (Warriors), Jordan McLean (Cowboys), Mark Nicholls (Rabbitohs), Robbie Rochow (Wests Tigers), Jeremy Hawkins, Nate Myles (retired), Vincent Leuluai (Rabbitohs)

2019 losses: Tim Glasby (Knights)

Newcastle Knights

2018 squad: Aidan Guerra (2020), Brock Lamb (2018), Chris Heighington (2018), Connor Watson (2020), Cory Denniss (2018), Daniel Saifiti (2020), Danny Levi (2020), Herman Ese'ese (2020), Jack Cogger (2018), Jacob Lillyman (2018), Jacob Saifiti (2020), Jamie Buhrer (2018), Josh King (2018), Kalyn Ponga (2021), Ken Sio (2018), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2019), Luke Yates (2018), Mitch Barnett (2020), Mitchell Pearce (2021), Nathan Ross (2020), Pat Mata'utia (2018), Sam Stone (2020), Shaun Kenny-Dowall (2019), Sione Mata'utia (2018), Slade Griffin (2019), Tautau Moga (2020), Tyrone Amey (2018)

Gains: Herman Ese'ese (Broncos - 2020), Slade Griffin (Storm - 2019), Aidan Guerra (Roosters - 2020), Chris Heighington (Sharks - 2018), Jacob Lillyman (Warriors - 2018), Tautau Moga (Broncos - 2020), Mitchell Pearce (Roosters - 2021), Kalyn Ponga (Cowboys - 2021), Connor Watson (Roosters - 2020).

2019 gains: Tim Glasby (Storm - 2021)

Losses: Brendan Elliot (Titans), Jaelen Feeney (Townsville Blackhawks), Dane Gagai (Rabbitohs), Jacob Gagan (Rabbitohs), Rory Kostjasyn (retired), Jesse Martin (Sea Eagles), Sam Mataora (retired), Chanel Matautia (retired), Peter Matautia (Leigh), Jarrod Mullen (retired), Mickey Paea (Hull FC), Josh Starling (Oberon), Jack Stockwell (Titans), Anthony Tupou (retired), Joe Wardle (Castleford), Tyler Randell (Wakefield Trinity), Pauli Pauli (Wakefield Trinity), David Bhana, Will Pearsall,  (released), Trent Hodkinson (Sharks), Dylan Phythian (released)

2019 gains: Jesse Remien (Sharks).

2019 losses: Jack Cogger (Bulldogs). 

North Queensland Cowboys

2018 squad: Antonio Winterstein (2018), Ben Hampton (2019), Carlin Anderson (2019), Coen Hess (2019), Corey Jensen (2019), Enari Tuala (2019), Ethan Lowe (2018), Francis Molo (2018), Gavin Cooper (2019), Gideon Gela-Mosby (2019), Jake Granville 2018), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Javid Bowen (2018), John Asiata (2020), Johnathan Thurston (2018), Jordan McLean (2020), Josh Chudleigh (2018), Justin O'Neill (2018), Kane Linnett (2018), Kyle Feldt (2019), Kyle Laybutt (2018), Lachlan Coote (2018), Matt Scott (2019), Michael Morgan (2022), Sam Hoare (2018), Scott Bolton (2018), Shaun Fensom (2018), Te Maire Martin (2019)

Gains: Carlin Anderson (Townsville Blackhawks - 2019), Jordan McLean (Storm - 2020), Francis Molo (Townsville Blackhawks - 2018).

Losses: Patrick Kaufusi (Storm), Patrick Mago (Broncos), Kalyn Ponga (Knights), Ray Thompson (retired), Braden Uele (Sharks), Blake Leary, Ben Spina (released). 

Parramatta Eels

2018 squad: Beau Scott (2018), Bevan French (2019), Brad Taikarangi (2019), Cameron King (2018), Clint Gutherson (2019), Corey Norman (2019), Dane Aukafolau (2018), Daniel Alvaro (2019), David Gower (2018), George Jennings (2018), Greg Leleisiuao (2018), Jaeman Salmon (2020), Jarryd Hayne (2018), Josh Hoffman (2019), Kane Evans (2020), Kaysa Pritchard (2018), Kenny Edwards (2019), Kirisome Auva'a (2018), Manu Ma'u (2019), Michael Jennings (2019), Mitchell Moses (2019), Nathan Brown (2021), Nathan Davis (2017), Peni Terepo (2018), Ray Stone (2018), Siosaia Vave (2018), Suaia Matagi (2018), Tepai Moeroa (2019), Tim Mannah (2019), Tony Williams (2018), Will Smith (2020)

Gains: Kane Evans (Roosters - 2020), Jaeman Salmon (Sharks), Tony Williams (Sharks), Jarryd Hayne (Titans - 2018).

Losses: Bureta Faraimo (Hull FC), Kelepi Tanginoa (Sea Eagles), Isaac De Gois, Jeff Robson (retired), Semi Radradra (Toulon rugby), John Folau, Cody Nelson, James Hasson, Rory O'Brien, Frank Pritchard (released).

Penrith Panthers

2018 squad: Corey Harawira-Naera (2020), Corey Waddell (2018), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2020), Dean Whare (2021), Dylan Edwards (2020), Isaah Yeo (2019), James Fisher-Harris (2019), Jack Hetherington (2018), James Maloney (2020), James Tamou (2020), Jarome Luai (2018), Jed Cartwright (2019), Josh Mansour (2018), Kaide Ellis (2018), Moses Leota (2019), Nathan Cleary (2019), Nick Lui-Toso (2018), Peter Wallace (2018), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2019), Sam McKendry (2019), Sione Katoa (2019), Tim Browne (2019), Trent Merrin (2020), Tyrone May (2020), Tyrone Peachey (2019), Tyrone Phillips (2018), Viliame Kikau (2019), Wade Egan (2018), Waqa Blake (2019)

Gains: James Maloney (Sharks), Tyrone Phillips (Bulldogs).

Losses: Sitaleki Akauola (Warrington), Zach Dockar-Clay (Hull KR), Samisoni Langi (Leigh), Matt Moylan (Sharks), Darren Nicholls (Dragons), Mitch Rein (Titans), Mason Cerruto (Bulldogs), Stefano Hala (Raiders), Bryce Cartwright (Titans). 

St George Illawarra Dragons

2018 squad: Ben Hunt (2022), Blake Lawrie (2019), Cameron McInnes (2018), Darren Nicholls (2019), Euan Aitken (2020), Gareth Widdop (2021), Hame Sele (2018), Jack De Belin (2020), Jacob Host (2020), Jai Field (2019), James Graham (2020), Jason Nightingale (2018), Jeremy Latimore (2018), Josh Kerr (2018), Kurt Mann (2019), Leeson Ah Mau (2018), Luciano Leilua (2018), Matt Dufty (2018), Mitchell Allgood (2018), Nene Macdonald (2019), Patrick Herbert (2018), Paul Vaughan (2021), Reece Robson (2019), Reuben Garrick (2018), Jordan Pereira (2018), Steven Marsters (2019), Tariq Sims (2019), Tim Lafai (2020), Tristan Sailor (2019), Tyson Frizell (2020), Zac Lomax (2019)

Gains: Mitchell Allgood (Wakefield Trinity - 2018), James Graham (Bulldogs - 2020), Ben Hunt (Broncos - 2022), Jeremy Latimore (Sharks - 2018), Darren Nicholls (Panthers - 2019).

Losses: Levi Dodd (Townsville Blackhawks), Josh Dugan (Sharks), Kalifa Faifai Loa (Townsville Blackhawks), Jacob Hind (Sunshine Coast Falcons), Drew Hutchison (Leigh), Chris Lewis (Sunshine Coast Falcons), Mose Masoe (Hull KR), Tyrone McCarthy (Salford), Josh McCrone (Toronto), Taane Milne (Wests Tigers), Shaun Nona (Wynnum-Manly), Russell Packer (Wests Tigers), Joel Thompson (Sea Eagles), Siliva Halivi (Raiders), Will Matthews, Jake Marketo, Izaac Thompson, Yaw Kiti Glymin (released), Will Matthews (Titans - train and trial). 

South Sydney Rabbitohs

2018 squad: Adam Doueihi (2021), Adam Reynolds (2021), Alex Johnston (2020), Angus Crichton (2018), Braidon Burns (2018), Cameron Murray (2019), Campbell Graham (2019), Cody Walker (2020), Connor Tracey (2018), Corey Allan (2021), Damien Cook (2019), Dane Gagai (2021), Dean Britt (2019), George Burgess (2019), Greg Inglis (2020), Hymel Hunt (2018), Jacob Gagan (2018), Jason Clark (2018), Jesse Arthars (2019), Jesse Martin (2018), John Sutton (2018), Josh Cook (2019), Ky Rodwell (2020), Kyle Turner (2019), Mark Nicholls (2018), Mawene Hiroti (2019), Richard Kennar (2019), Robbie Farah (2018), Robert Jennings (2018), Sam Burgess (2018), Sam Johnstone (2020), Siosifa Talakai (2019), Thomas Burgess (2018), Tyrell Fuimaono (2018), Tyrone Taukamo (2019), Vincent Leuluai (2018), Zane Musgrove (2020)

Gains: Jesse Arthars (Storm - 2019), Dane Gagai (Knights - 2021), Jacob Gagan (Knights - 2018), Richard Kennar (Bulldogs - 2019), Jesse Martin (Sea Eagles - 2018), Mark Nicholls (Storm - 2018), Vincent Leuluai (Storm - 2018), Corey Allan (Broncos - 2021)

Losses: Bryson Goodwin (Leigh), Jack Gosiewski (Sea Eagles), Aaron Gray (Sharks), David Tyrrell (Brisbane Easts), Anthony Cherrington, Brett Greinke, Luke Kelly, Dane Nielsen, Toby Rudolf (released), Sitiveni Moceidreke (Raiders)

2019 losses: Angus Crichton. 

Sydney Roosters

2018 squad: Blake Ferguson (2018), Boyd Cordner (2018), Brock Gray (2018), Chris Smith (2018), Cooper Cronk (2019), Daniel Tupou (2021), Dylan Napa (2019), Eloni Vunakece (2018), Isaac Liu (2021), Jake Friend (2020), James Tedesco (2021), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2020), Joseph Manu (2020), Kurt Baptiste (2018), Latrell Mitchell (2020), Lindsay Collins (2018), Luke Keary (2021),  Mitch Aubusson (2019), Mitch Cornish (2018), Nat Butcher (2020), Reece Robinson (2018), Ryan Matterson (2019), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (2019), Sio Siua Taukeiaho (2020), Sitili Tupouniua (2019), Victor Radley (2019), Zane Tetevano (2018)

Gains: James Tedesco (Tigers - 2021), Cooper Cronk (Storm - 2019), Reece Robinson (NSW Waratahs - 2018), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (Wigan Warriors), Kurt Baptiste (2018)

Losses: Kane Evans (Eels), Aidan Guerra (Knights), Liam Knight (Raiders), Connor Watson (Knights), Paul Carter, Brenden Santi, Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck (Warriors), Michael Gordon (Titans), Grant Garvey (released). 

Warriors

2018 squad: Adam Blair (2020), Agnatius Paasi (2019), Albert Vete (2019), Anthony Gelling (2018), Blake Ayshford (2019), Blake Green (2020), Bunty Afoa (2019), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2019), Chris Satae (2019), David Fusitu'a (2019), Gerard Beale (2020), Isaiah Papali'i (2019), Issac Luke (2018), James Bell (2018), James Gavet (2019), Jazz Tevaga (2018), Junio Pauga (2018), Karl Lawton (2019), Ken Maumalo (2019), Leivaha Pulu (2020), Ligi Sao (2018), Manaia Cherrington (2018), Mason Lino (2019), Matiu Love-Henry (2018), Nathaniel Roache (2018), Patrick Sipley (2018), Peta Hiku (2020), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2022), Sam Lisone (2020), Shaun Johnson (2019), Simon Mannering (2018), Solomone Kata (2019), Tohu Harris (2021), Zac Santo (2018)

Gains: Gerard Beale (Sharks - 2020), Adam Blair (Broncos - 2020), Tohu Harris (Storm - 2021), Peta Hiku (Warrington - 2020), Matiu Love-Henry (Broncos - 2018), Agnatius Paasi (Titans - 2019), Leivaha Pulu (Titans - 2020), Blake Green (Sea Eagles - 2020), Anthony Gelling (Wigan - 2018), Karl Lawton (Warriors - 2019)

Losses: Bureta Faraimo (Hull), Kieran Foran (Bulldogs), Charlie Gubb (Raiders), Ryan Hoffman (Storm), Jacob Lillyman (Knights), Ben Matulino (Tigers), Toafofoa Sipley (Sea Eagles), Bodene Thompson (Leigh), Manu Vatuvei (Salford), Ofahiki Ogden (Bulldogs), Matthew Allwood (released), Ata Hingano (Raiders).

 Wests Tigers

2018 squad: Alex Twal (2020), Ben Matulino (2020), Benji Marshall (2018), Chris Lawrence (2019), Chris McQueen (2020), Corey Thompson (2019), David Nofoaluma (2021), Elijah Taylor (2020), Esan Marsters (2021), Jacob Liddle (2019), JJ Felise (2018), Josh Aloai (2019), Josh Reynolds (2021), Kevin Naiqama (2018), Luke Brooks (2019), Mahe Fonua (2019), Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (2018), Matt Eisenhuth (2019), Matt Ilwrick (2019), Michael Chee Kam (2019), Pita Godinet (2018), Robbie Rochow (2019), Russell Packer (2021), Sauaso Sue (2018), Taane Milne (2019), Tim Grant (2018), Tuimoala Lolohea (2019), Tyson Gamble (2019).

Gains: Mahe Fonua (Hull - 2019), Tyson Gamble (Redcliffe - 2019), Pita Godinet (Sea Eagles), Benji Marshall (Broncos - 2018), Ben Matulino (Warriors - 2020), Chris McQueen (Titans - 2020), Taane Milne (Dragons - 2019), Russell Packer (Dragons - 2021), Josh Reynolds (Canterbury - 2021), Robbie Rochow (Storm - 2019), Corey Thompson (Widnes - 2019),

Losses: Matt Ballin (retired), Justin Hunt (retired), Jamal Idris (retired), Jordan Rankin (Huddersfield), Ava Seumanufagai (Sharks), James Tedesco (Roosters), Aaron Woods (Bulldogs), Joel Edwards, Jack Littlejohn, Kyle Lovett (Leigh Centurions), Moses Suli (Bulldogs).