They won't all be wearing red and blue until next season but that doesn't mean we're not keeping track of our new recruits.
With the 2019 NRL pre-season getting closer by the minute, we've been keeping a close eye on how the likes of Jesse Ramien, Tim Glasby and Edrick Lee have been performing.
Fortunately for the Club, all our new additions have been in fine form.
The Melbourne prop lasted only 12 minutes before leaving the field with injury.
The forward suffered a concussion in the Storm's 22-16 loss to Penrith.
He'd run for 55 metres and made a tackle break before coming from the field.
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"He got a head knock and he obviously failed the HIA," Craig Bellamy said.
"He didn't look so good at halftime when I went to see him but he looked a whole lot better after the game.
"He's feeling pretty good now."
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After running riot against the Knights last week, the Sharks winger had a quieter game on Sunday.
He ran for 78 metres with 28 post-contact yardage.
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The centre was injured two weeks ago and didn't feature on the game on Sunday.
Ramien will be ready to return this week along with Ricky Leutele.
"They'll both be fit," Sharks coach Shane Flanagan said.
"Looking forward to having those two back. Quality players. They carry the ball really strong out of our end.
"Looking forward to having those two players back."