The Knights are keeping all options open regarding the future of controversial recruit Russell Packer, who faces the prospect of sitting out the 2014 NRL season irrespective of the outcome of his court case next month.
It's a case of next year or bust when the Canberra Raiders and Manly Sea Eagles meet with the NRL on Thursday.
After long-time salary-cap auditor Ian Schubert steps down, the NRL's integrity unit will take on his role.
Two more Cronulla players from 2011 have sought legal advice after the Sharks were fined $1 million for exposing players to ''serious health risks''.
Cronulla could face further sanctions if Shane Flanagan again attempts to coach the team in an unofficial capacity if he is suspended next season.
Cronulla boss Steve Noyce says he is not concerned the Sharks' playing squad will be decimated if a one-year ban for coach Shane Flanagan is upheld.
With the long-awaited review into the NRL salary cap nearing its completion, Ian Schubert has resigned.
Former Cronulla player Isaac Gordon, who is suing the Sharks for negligence, has applauded the NRL for taking a stand against the people he believes are responsible for the club's doping program.
Cronulla chairman Damian Keogh says club may back coach Shane Flanagan in any bid to clear his name.
Former Cronulla doctor David Givney says he can finally rest easy after being cleared by the NRL after an investigation into the Sharks' supplement policy in 2011.