The NRL integrity unit have spoken to Curtis Scott and there could be a final call on any possible sanctions the Canberra Raiders centre might face by next week.
Scott was allegedly involved in a fight at Kokomo's nightclub just before midnight on May 30.
The Canberra Times obtained CCTV footage from inside the popular Canberra nightspot, which appeared to show him punch a fellow patron several times before he was removed from the venue by security.
He'd been drinking in the lead up to the incident, which happened the day after the Raiders' loss to the Sydney Roosters at Gosford.
ACT Policing haven't laid any charges and will only do so if there was a complaint made.
The Raiders stood down Scott at the start of the week, ruling him out of the clash against the Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night, and have since spoken to him to get the 23-year-old's version of events.
An NRL spokesperson confirmed on Thursday the integrity unit had spoken to Scott and their assessment of the incident was ongoing.
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There was unlikely to be a resolution until next week at the earliest.
The integrity unit will continue to liaise with the Raiders in determining any possible sanctions.
Then the Raiders board will decide if they want to take any further action themselves.
They've typically come down hard on off-field misbehaviour in the past, having sacked both Josh Dugan and Todd Carney for poor behaviour.
Senior Raiders players have rallied around their teammate as his career hangs in the balance.
Raiders chief executive Don Furner said they had to allow the integrity unit's process to play out.
"The NRL integrity unit takes control of it and do an investigation. We'll wait for their results then I'll talk to the board," Furner said.
"That probably won't happen until next week. We've got to go through that process unfortunately."
NRL ROUND 14
Saturday: Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium, 7.35pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Bailey Simonsson, 2. Semi Valemei, 3. Sebastian Kris, 4. Matthew Timoko, 5. Jordan Rapana, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. Sam Williams, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Josh Hodgson, 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. Corey Harawira-Naera, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Ryan Sutton. Interchange: 14. Tom Starling, 15. Emre Guler, 16. Iosia Soliola, 17. Joseph Tapine. Reserves: 18. Elijah Anderson, 19. Hudson Young, 20. Matt Frawley, 21. Harry Rushton.
Broncos squad: 1. Herbie Farnworth, 2. Xavier Coates, 3. Dale Copley, 4. Jesse Arthars, 5. Selwyn Cobbo, 6. Karmichael Hunt, 7. Albert Kelly, 8. Matthew Lodge, 9. Jake Turpin, 10. Payne Haas, 11. Alex Glenn, 12. Tevita Pangai jnr, 13. Thomas Flegler. Interchange: 14. Kobe Hetherington, 15. John Asiata, 16. Keenan Palasia, 17. TC Robati. Reserves: 18. Tesi Niu, 19. Cory Paix, 20. David Mead, 21. Jordan Riki.