Brandon Smith has denied reports he is willing to sacrifice $200,000 of his salary to get away from the Melbourne Storm.
- Brandon Smith has taken to Instagram to say a report he was willing pay for an early exit “isn’t true”
- Smith had been caught in Cameron Smith’s shadow and is now caught behind Harry Grant
- Brandon has spoken openly about wanting to be a starting hooker, rather than a utility forward
The Sun-Herald reported Smith was willing to sacrifice a big chunk of his salary for his remaining contracted season to find a new team.
Smith has been named starting hooker to kick off the Storm’s first season since the retirement of Cameron Smith, but Harry Grant is the Storm’s preferred number nine.
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