The Warriors have officially announced the signing of Titans forward Agnatius Paasi on a two-year deal.
Meanwhile, Warriors centre Solomone Kata will miss the rest of the Rugby League World Cup, after breaking his foot last weekend.
Knights coach Nathan Brown has yet to decide whether or not Jamie Buhrer and Sione Mata’utia will continue as co-captains, or if he’ll appoint a new leader.
Not offered a contract at Newcastle, Knights forward Jack Stockwell will head to the Titans, signing with the Gold Coast on a one-year deal.
Titans back-rower Ryan Simpkins has returned to training with the club, and is expected to sign a new deal for 2018.
The Gold Coast have also reportedly expressed interest in taking Raiders centre Joey Leilua, with the Raiders still needing to adjust their roster in order to be cap compliant for 2018.
The Raiders have officially confirmed the player swap of Clay Priest and the Bulldogs’ Brad Abbey, with Abbey joining the Green Machine for the next two years.
As a result, the NRL have rubber-stamped the deals of new Bulldogs signings Keiran Foran and Aaron Woods, finally shutting the door on the suggestion that Woods might remain at Wests, once and for all.
Tigers fans will be disappointed to miss out on the chance to see the Marshall brothers unite next year, after the Bulldogs signed Jeremy Marshall-King on a one-year deal.
Tigers half Jack Littlejohn has also left the club, reportedly signing with Super League club Salford.
New Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold has stepped down from his role as an assistant to Kevin Walters with the Queensland Origin team.
Meanwhile, the Panthers have reportedly added Bulldogs winger Tyrone Phillips and Sharks back-rower Jayden Walker on one-year deals.
Sea Eagles head coach Trent Barrett has settled his future, reportedly re-signing with Manly until the end of 2020.
Australian cities have been invited to bid to host games in a 2019 Rugby League Nines World Cup.