Roosters forward Siosiua Taukeiaho will require further scans on Monday on a knee injury suffered in the pre-game warm-up, after earlier scans were inconclusive.
The Sharks will be without captain Paul Gallen for 4-6 weeks, after scans confirmed he suffered a Grade 2 MCL injury in his side’s loss to the Dragons.
In better news for Cronulla, Andrew Fifita, Wade Graham and Luke Lewis have all been cleared of major injuries, although all remain in doubt for this weekend’s clash with the Panthers.
Broncos second-rower Matt Gillett will miss up to 3 months of football, after it was revealed he’s been playing with a broken neck.
The Warriors have lost Solomone Kata for up to 4 weeks due to an ankle injury suffered in their first loss of the season.
Warriors second-rower Leivaha Pulu will need further assessment on his ankle injury though, but is also expected to miss some time.
The full extent of the Bulldogs’ salary cap woes have been revealed, with reports that the club have just $800,000 in cap space remaining for 2019, and 12 players off contract.
Panthers winger Josh Mansour appears set for an extended stint on the sidelines, after suffering a suspected fractured cheekbone in his side’s hammering of the Titans.
The Titans weren’t without their own issues though, with Nathan Peats failing to return after the 25th minute due to a rib injury.
The Denver Test between New Zealand and England remains on track to proceed, after a meeting with NRL CEOs and the RLPA this week.
The Fiji Bati will need to find a find a new head coach, after Mick Potter announced his resignation after four yeas in the role.
Melbourne have poached a collection of showpiece matches for coming years, including the 2019 All Stars game, a 2021 & 2025 Origin match, and a 2022 & 2023 Kangaroos Test match.