It’s absolutely baffling to us that Titans utility Tyrone Roberts has yet to be signed by one of several clubs remaining with holes to fill in their spine (the Knights, Dragons and Warriors immediately spring to mind), but that doesn’t mean that nobody’s interested in the talented playmaker.
According to 7 Sport, Roberts has received a big-money offer from Super League club Warrington, presumably to replace the retiring Kurt Gidley.
Roberts has had a two-year contract extension from the Titans sitting on his table for over three weeks, but has yet to commit to remaining at the Gold Coast beyond this year.
He appears to have been holding out in the hopes of getting a better opportunity elsewhere. It remains to be seen whether or not he considers the Super League to be a better opportunity.
Roberts has played 130 first grade games for the Titans and Knights.
He’s #24 on The Obstruction Rule’s Free Agent Top 100.