Kieran Foran, Corey Norman and Semi Radradra have all hit the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Leaked Parramatta board minutes from 2014 emerge, showing the club rewarded third-party player sponsors with corporate boxes.
The NRL confirms it will reopen its investigation into Parramatta's salary cap.
Kieran Foran checks into a rehabilitation clinic after a relationship breakdown.
The NRL announces the club will be docked 12 competition points, stripped of its Auckland Nines title, five senior officials suspended and fined $1.25 million for systematic salary-cap breaches.
The club launches an investigation after prop Junior Paulo dons headgear and plays a game of third-grade club rugby union under a fake name
The club unloads Nathan Peats to the Titans to get back under the salary cap while Anthony Watmough is forced into retirement.
Corey Norman is allegedly caught in possession of illegal drugs and subsequently charged by police just hours after being pictured dining with known criminals. He and Paulo subsequently receive warnings from police about consorting with criminals.
Paulo receives an immediate release, freeing him to join Canberra.
Foran is ruled out for the rest of the year with a shoulder injury.
Foran's replacement at five-eighth Brad Takairangi is ruled out for a month with a hamstring injury.
Reports emerge star winger Semi Radradra is set to walk out on the club to play rugby union in France.
Foran is stripped of the club captaincy and issued a breach notice after falling foul of club officials over his rehabilitation.
Police begin investigating allegations Radradra assaulted his former partner on numerous occasions over an eight-month period.