As the 2024 NRL season approaches, two former Sydney Roosters teammates have been added to an already impressive radio commentary line-up.

Fox League has revealed that Mitchell Pearce and Todd Carney will join the Triple M radio commentary team this season to call games.

Their arrivals see them join Gorden Tallis, Wendell Sailor, Ryan Girdler, James Graham, Mark Geyer, Aaron Woods and Dan Ginnane on the commentary team.

The publication also announced that Wade Graham, a veteran of 297 NRL games and 2016 premiership-winner with the Cronulla Sharks, will continue to commentate games on Triple M. However, after hanging up the boots, he will now become a regular panellist on the Saturday Scrum show.

A two-time Dally M Five-Eighth of the Year, and 2010 NRL Grand Finalist, Carney's career spanned 222 rugby league games (166 NRL games) and four representative showings - one for Australia and three for NSW Blues - before coming to a close at the end of the 2018 season.

During these years, the often controversial star appeared for the Canberra RaidersSydney RoostersCronulla SharksCatalan DragonsSalford Red Devils and Hull Kingston Rovers.

On the other hand, his former partner-in-crim in the halves Mitchell Pearce, played the first 238 games of his career for the Sydney Roosters before going past the 300 NRL game mark with the Newcastle Knights in a four-season stint.

The halfback would ultimately request a release to move around overseas at the end of the 2021 season to join the Catalans Dragons in the Super League.

He would also appear in 19 State of Origin matches for New South Wales but never represented Australia in an era that included Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk.

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