You can add the Dragons to the list of teams interested in Bulldogs skipper James Graham, with SMH reporting that the club have made enquiries about the pending availability of the Englishman.
According to the report, the Dragons are prepared to offer Graham a two-year deal, while his manager is aiming to secure a three-year contract somewhere, in order to enable him to finish his playing career in the NRL.
It should come as no surprise that the Dragons would be interested in Graham, as the clubs linked to him – the Knights, Warriors, and now the Dragons – are the same ones who’ve been linked to Broncos forward Adam Blair. Blair is expected to make a decision on his next destination soon, leaving the remaining two clubs to duke it out for Graham (who’s not a bad consolation prize; frankly, we’d rather Graham in the first place).
Graham has played 132 NRL matches for the Bulldogs.