More NRL talent has been offered to Super League clubs this week.
TotalRL understands Melbourne Storm halfback Ryley Jacks and Penrith Panthers centre Dean Whare are two more players clubs have been alerted to in recent weeks.
Storm playmaker Jacks is of Canadian descent and the brother of former Toronto halfback, Rhys. He is in his second spell at the Storm, having made his NRL debut with the club in 2017 and making 25 appearances over two seasons.
He played for Gold Coast last year, playing 13 times, before returning to Storm last year.
TotalRL understands the Wolfpack are not in the hunt for the 28-year-old.
Meanwhile, Whare is a New Zealand international who has played 19 times for the Kiwis.
Now 30 years of age, he has been a regular with the Panthers since joining the club in 2013 and has been an ever-present this season. He has scored 39 tries in 152 NRL games.