Jason McAteer says he's staying in Sydney, but may have neglected to tell someone significant.
Boyd Cordner's Mum passed away from breast cancer before he reached school, and she'll be his inspiration as he leads New South Wales in Origin I next Wednesday.
Jason McAteer insists Liverpool will be up for the game with Sydney FC.
The prospect of training with Cooper Cronk and Johnathan Thurston is sure to make the Broncos five-eighth a better player.
The Broncos captain hopes to offer some new-found experience to his Maroons teammates.
Dylan Napa commends Laurie Daley for selecting Boyd Cordner to lead the Blues.
Anthony admits the fight for senior spots was tough on the returning Bombers and still is now.
Dylan Napa gets emotional in his first address since winning an Origin debut.
Michael insists with the right team balance anything is possible for Essendon this season.
Dylan Napa says he may not be as good as Matt Scott, but the firey Roosters prop will give it all in his Queensland reprieve.
- What's the offense going to What can you tell 49ers fans that are excited to have you come with the systems that you have run in your previous spots, to bring it to San Francisco?
And who's going to be at the controls?
KYLE SHANAHAN: Oh, I mean, right now Brian Hoyer's going to be at the controls.
And I'm really excited about Brian.
Brian's looked really good here in phase one and phase two of the off season.
He's putting in a lot of work.
You know, I got to work with Brian for one year when we were in Cleveland together.
He can execute an entire offense.
He can read a defense.
He can think in that pocket.
And he's a guy who's very tough.
He doesn't watch the rush, he distributes the ball to whoever should get the ball based off the coverage.
And he allows guys to make plays.
So I'd like to run a real similar offense to what we did in Atlanta, with Brian and with the rest of our guys.
But it's never the same.
You're always going adjust to your own players and see how that goes.
But right now, we start OTAs this Monday.
We're going to put in our base system of what we really do every year.
And we start to see the players, and as you go through 10 OTA practices, and then in a mini camp, and then into the off season, as a coaching staff, you're just teaching a basic but you start to see what your players are good at.
And then it kind of funnels from there.