There's been no shortage of interest in our boys this week.
Preparing for another big game, the nib Newcastle Knights attracted plenty of media attention and we've pulled together the best of it in case you missed any of the news.
Here's what our boys got up to this week:
Knights not finished recruiting
Nathan Brown has revealed the nib Newcastle Knights are poised to pounce on a big name should they hit the NRL market.
With room in the salary cap for 2019, the Knights have been keeping a keen eye on who is available and confirmed he hasn't finished his recruitment at the top end.
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While the Club has whet the appetite of supporters with the signings of Tim Glasby, Edrick Lee and Jesse Ramien, Brown hinted that more recruits are on the way.
"We want to try to come up with one or two top-line signings like we did with Mitchell, and Kalyn as well," Brown told The Daily Telegraph.
"I'd be surprised if we didn't come up with another couple of signings around that next six or so weeks.
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"You hope for a bit of luck, don't you? We're in a strong position if the right player comes up. The fact we got in early with Jesse and Tim Glasby and Edrick, that's been positive for us.
"But we certainly need to add a couple more in certain areas that we would really like to strengthen if the right people come along."
Watson not going anywhere
What a day. What a game. What a comeback!
Coach Nathan Brown has shut-down incorrect reports that Connor Watson is free to explore his options at rival clubs.
The No.6 has been one of the Club's better performers in recent weeks and very much a focal point of the Knights' plans for the future.
"Who knows where these things start but it couldn't be further from the truth and I assured Conner that was the case," Brown told the Newcastle Herald.
"Because of injury, he and Mitchell have only played three full games together in the halves this season and we have won all three. We want to give them a chance to develop that combination further."
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