The NRL have announced a number of salary cap fines and player punishments during a big press conference on Friday.
Manly have accepted the NRL's decision to stand down centre Dylan Walker until his domestic violence case is resolved, with his next court appearance to come on May 10.
If Walker is found guilty, the NRL have confirmed it is unlikely he will be permitted to return to the league.
The Wests Tigers will be made to play the 2019 season at $320,000 under the cap, for salary cap breaches involving club legend Robbie Farah.
They will also be fined $375,000 for the breach.
However, CEO Justin Pascoe, who was originally deregistered indefinitely for his involvement in the breach, will now be cleared to return in June, after he serves a backdated six-month ban, which began in December.
Tiger Zane Musgrove has been deregistered as he faces an indecent assault charge, which means the Tigers don't need to shed a player.
North Queensland prop Scott Bolton has been handed a five-match suspension after pleading guilty to assaulting a woman in a bar.
Dylan Napa has been fined 10% of his 2019 salary after videos of him surfaced on social media.
Cronulla have been hit with a $250,000 fine and must offload a player to be compliant for the 2019 season.
They will also need to be at least $353,000 under the cap for the next two seasons.
Shane Flanagan will also remain deregistered for an indefinite period.