The Canberra Raiders board are deciding what action to take on Curtis Scott's assault charge after meeting with the centre on Tuesday.
The board will now decide whether to impose any additional sanctions on the former Melbourne Storm player, with the NRL already giving him a three-game ban and a $15,000 fine.
They could do anything from nothing to tearing up the remainder of his contract, which runs until the end of 2023.
Meanwhile, the Raiders have continued to build their future following the re-signing of Harley Smith-Shields on a two-year extension.
The Raiders also finalised Trey Mooney's three-year deal, which will see the young forward join the senior squad next season.
"Our process has been about keeping our development players with the club and it's great signings having Harley and Trey extend," Raiders coach Ricky Stuart said.
"They're a big part of our future. As much as it's been a disruptive season we still need to keep our eye on the ball for the near future and long term, and these boys will be a part of that."
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Stuart said Matt Frawley, who he named on the bench to face Manly at Lang Park on Friday night, would provide cover for halfback and hooker.
He was brought in following the loss of Tom Starling (jaw), who underwent surgery on Monday and won't play again this season unless the Raiders make the finals.
While Frawley has only ever played at five-eighth for Canberra - and hasn't lost an NRL game since 2018 - he has started at dummy half for the Canterbury Bulldogs in 2017.
He also came off the bench a number of times that season.
It means he can provide a chop out to allow hooker Josh Hodgson to switch to lock to provide an extra middle option.
Frawley would also provide another kicking option, joining Hodgson and halves Sam Williams and Jack Wighton.
Stuart also named fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, who's returning from neck surgery for his first game in more than four months.
Nicoll-Klokstad wasn't expected to return this year, but will now provide cover for the outside backs.
He could play either on an edge or at fullback, shifting Raiders leading try scorer Jordan Rapana back to the wing.
"Frawley will be covering halfback and nine. He covers a bit of utility value there and Charnze covers us from an outside back point of view," Stuart said.
"Injuries and suspension have kept the trend of disruption up for this team, but these boys will put the jumper on and will play with the same passion and energy that's in our squad.
"That's something that makes me very proud of the squad that we've had to struggle through a fair bit of adversity right throughout, but we put the jumper on and everybody knows they've got a job to fill."
NRL ROUND 23
Friday: Canberra Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles at Lang Park, 6pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Jordan Rapana, 2. Bailey Simonsson, 3. Sebastian Kris, 4. Matt Timoko, 5. Harley Smith-Shields, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. Sam Williams, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Josh Hodgson, 10. Joe Tapine, 11. Hudson Young, 12. Elliott Whitehead (c), 13. Ryan Sutton. Interchange: 14. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 15. Emre Guler, 16. Sia Soliola, 17. Matt Frawley. Reserves: 18. Dunamis Lui, 19. Trey Mooney, 20. Elijah Anderson, 21. Caleb Aekins.
Sea Eagles squad: 1. Tom Trbojevic, 2. Jason Saab, 3. Morgan Harper, 4. Moses Suli, 5. Reuben Garrick, 6. Kieran Foran, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Josh Aloiai, 9. Lachlan Croker, 10. Martin Taupau, 11. Haumole Olakau'atu, 12. Josh Schuster, 13. Jake Trbojevic. Interchange: 14. Dylan Walker, 15. Karl Lawton, 16. Curtis Sironen, 17. Toafofoa Sipley. Reserves: 18. Jack Gosiewski, 19. Tevita Funa, 20. Kurt De Luis, 21. Cade Cust.