Greg Inglis is aware of the support he has from the rugby league community — and he is overwhelmed.
It's a Mother's Day plea that could end up in court: Rebecca Pope, Kieran Foran's ex-partner, wants the trolling to stop. Foran's return to Sydney can't come soon enough for Pope, and it's not just because she will have another set of hands to help with the couple's kids.
Picking on Jarryd Hayne is a far more popular and simple task than trying to understand him. But if you want to find out a bit about Hayne and what he is going through at the moment, it's best to ask the person who knows him best, his mum, Jodie.
Sharks coach has ridiculed suggestions that a rocky relationship with Jack Bird played a part in the star back's decision to ditch the Sharks.
Jack Bird is one of the best young players in the competition, and he deserves a fat contract. He's also a massive loss for the Sharks. He doesn't deserve to be panned for accepting a good offer.
Wests Tigers "big four" of Aaron Woods, James Tedesco, Mitchell Moses and Luke Brooks deny they were behind the sudden departure of coach Jason Taylor. The club cleared them of any push against Taylor, but what has been bubbling away is talk about the impact the so-called "football whisperer" had on the demise of Taylor.
For weeks now Wayne Bennett has tried to laugh off our early-season report that he has lost his aura. Now he is making news for calling police because he thinks that News Corp has been staking him out as a photographer tries to snap photos of him and his new partner.
Tim Simona had five pages and an accompanying video to tell his story. You know the one: where he bet on other teams, rorted charities, took cocaine, fed pokies and forced a woman to have an abortion. But when his former partner, Jaya Taki, told her side of the story last week he decided to send me a tweet: "Are you done yet champ?"
Jaya Taki, the woman at the centre of the NRL scandal involving Tim Simona, says she is still deeply traumatised by the abortion she was forced to have by the Tigers star.
The Manly club operates at its best when it adopts a siege mentality, but it appears there is an internal war ready to erupt and no one at the club is safe.