The NRL Integrity Unit has reviewed Jack Wighton's social media and in-game tribute to late Canberra Comancheros chapter commander Pitasoni Ulavalu, saying they were aware of it but did not want to comment.
Wighton dedicated the Canberra Raiders win against South Sydney to Ulavalu, who was fatally stabbed in a fight at a Civic nightclub two weeks ago.
The Raiders five-eighth had "Poko" - Ulavalu's nickname - written on his wrists for the game and took to social media afterwards to pay his respects to Ulavalu.
"[There is] no comment or need for a statement," the NRL said.
"But the integrity unit is aware of the post and if there is something the NRL needs to communicate at a later stage, they will."
Wighton has taken charge of the Raiders in Josh Hodgson's absence and the Clive Churchill Medal-winner will be crucial to the Green Machine's charge towards the finals.
NRL ROUND 12
Saturday: Canberra Raiders v North Queensland Cowboys at Townsville, 5.30pm.