Andrew Webster 3:40 AM The former Eels fullback is living proof the NRL creates players who can make it in other codes.
Kyle Mackey-Laws Jarrod Croker expects one of the fastest matches of the year in the last round of the season.
Daniel Lane and Adrian Proszenko Parramatta forward Richie Fa'aoso is understood to be looking to the Rugby League Players' Association following revelations the club had not paid for his insurance policy.
Adrian Proszenko Parramatta has avoided legal action after Brad Arthur agreed to a revised contract to coach the side until the end of 2017.
Peter Mitchell "I've seen what I need to see": Jim Tomsula has given the clearest indication yet that Jarryd Hayne has done enough to earn a spot on the 49ers' roster.
Michael Chammas There's a belief the 49ers have put too much time into developing the ex-NRL superstar to risk losing him to another NFL franchise.
Michael Chammas Jarryd Hayne completed his first pass reception in another strong effort for the San Francisco 49ers
Michael Chammas Jarryd Hayne takes the next step in his bid to win a spot on the San Francisco 49ers squad in the match against the Denver Broncos.
Adrian Proszenko They may have missed out in their bid for NRL games, but the Seven Network could still have a ratings bonanza on their hands if the NFL consents to their request to show all bar one of Jarryd Hayne's regular-season games on free-to-air television.
Adrian Proszenko His former fullback is lighting up the NFL. His future one is in the best form of his life and could well carve up his Eels on Saturday. But Parramatta coach Brad Arthur couldn't be happier for Jarryd Hayne or Michael Gordon.
Adrian Proszenko Parramatta have blown a golden opportunity - and $52,000 - by not cashing in on the phenomenon that is Jarryd Hayne's extraordinary journey towards his NFL dream.
Adrian Proszenko and Daniel Lane The Northern Territory Government is considering ripping up its $4 million sponsorship with Parramatta after Chief Minister Adam Giles conceded questions needed to be asked whether it's good sense to continue ploughing taxpayer money into a club whose constant infighting could reflect badly on the Top End.