Josh Dugan's manager Paul Sutton says the troubled fullback is preparing for the possibility of an NRL suspension but he doesn't believe it will ward potential suitors away from his client.

Canberra submitted their report into Dugan's behaviour to the NRL on Monday as Sutton confirmed a number of clubs had made enquiries about Dugan but he had received no firm offers.

Both St George Illawarra and Brisbane have already been linked to the former NSW State of Origin custodian.

"Canberra's putting together the information they need to give the NRL which apparently is standard procedure and then we'll go from there," Sutton told AAP on Monday.

"If there is a reason there that they need to stand him down, I guess they make that decision but until that point comes I've got nothing."

Canberra were keen to avoid a situation where Dugan would run on in a Dragons side against them at Canberra Stadium on Sunday night, only 11 days after he was sacked by the club.

Whether Dugan will serve a suspension is up to the NRL.

Todd Carney was made to sit out the 2009 season after being cut by the Raiders before joining Sydney Roosters.

"I don't know if that'll worry the clubs too much - if he's going to be out for a long time it might make a difference," Sutton said.

"There are clubs that are interested. Even if he did have a contract all signed it's going to sit there until they sort themselves out at the NRL.

"People have made enquiries but enquiries don't mean much. Until someone starts making some offers ...

"No one has made an offer at this stage."

Meanwhile off-contract Canterbury playmaker Josh Reynolds says he is keen to sort out his future as soon as possible.

The NSW Origin prospect said he's keen to stay with the Dogs amid talk of a four-year deal worth $1.9 million.

"I'm happy for my manager to take care of that and I'm happy with where it is at," Reynolds said.

"Everyone knows what I want to do."

In other news, Penrith star Lachlan Coote will miss the rest of the NRL season after being scheduled for surgery on a pectoral injury suffered in Sunday's loss to Wests Tigers.

Panthers general manager Phil Gould confirmed on Monday the Panthers five-eighth will not play again this year.

Jeremy Latimore, who missed the clash with the Tigers due to an ankle syndesmosis injury, is out for 12 weeks.

Panthers junior Blake Austin is a likely replacement for Coote in the Panthers halves alongside halfback Luke Walsh.

Tigers prop Keith Galloway will miss up to four months with a pectoralis tear.

While Melbourne fullback Billy Slater is free to play in Thursday's grand final rematch with Canterbury after taking the early plea on a dangerous contact charge emanating from a tackle on North Queensland winger Antonio Winterstein.

Slater's Melbourne teammate Siosaia Vave will miss the round three match after being charged with dangerous contact (unnecessary neck/head pressure) by the NRL.

Vave also took the early plea but will miss a week due to carry over points from a previous charge.