The line in the sand has been drawn at Raiders headquarters, and "moving forward" is the new club motto as the Green Machine prepares for Saturday's home clash against fellow strugglers Brisbane after last weekend's much-needed bye.
Captain Elliott Whitehead and his players reconvened on Monday after receiving most of last week off, under strict instruction from coach Ricky Stuart forget about footy for a few days, and enjoy time with their families.
"That's what Ricky told us to do, go away, freshen up and forget about rugby for a little bit and come back and move forward," Whitehead said.
"When we came in on Monday we said we're moving forward, and we don't want to speak about that [off-field dramas] around these places at the moment.
"Getting the results that we need as a club, it's something we're putting all our focus in and hopefully we can do that."
Canberra's horror run of form stretched to seven losses in eight matches when they were hammered by the Sydney Roosters prior to the bye.
The club has also been besieged by off-field issues, most recently when footage emerged of a man believed to be Curtis Scott punching another patron at a Civic nightspot.
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That incident followed on from George Williams' sudden release and Josh Hodgson's relinquishing of the captaincy.
"A lot's gone on over the last two months here, we have to forget about that and put that into the back of our heads and move forward," Whitehead said.
"We've still got half a season to play and starting with this week hopefully we can get that season back on track.
"They [the Broncos] will be looking to get their season back on track as well. It's going to be a tough game but we come in full of confidence and we're moving forward for the second half of the season."