SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 01: Clint Gutherson of the Eels on his way to a try during the round eight NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Parramatta Eels at Stadium Australia, on May 01, 2021, in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

Silly season has arrived. More than 150 players have the ability to negotiate with other clubs for 2023 from today.

From Brandon Smith to Joseph Manu, to Isaiah Papali'i and Viliame Kikau, here is the full club-by-club list of all 159 player who aren't currently contracted for 2023.

Brisbane Broncos

The Broncos have 11 players who are free to negotiate from today.

Of utmost importance to the club will be a man earmarked as a future club captain in Patrick Carrigan, while Herbie Farnworth, Keenan Palasia and Jake Turpin could be other important pieces they will try to get locked away sooner rather than later. Carrigan has been strongly linked with the Dolphins.

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Canberra Raiders

The Raiders have just eight players who aren't contracted for the 2023 season. The most important of those could prove to be Jack Wighton though, who has a player option in his favour.

Ryan Sutton has been strong and will be a priority, while Corey Harawira-Naera could be in the same boat.

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Canterbury Bulldogs

The Bulldogs have 11 players not on contract for 2023, and yet, none of them are screaming out as must re-sign players in the interim.

Paul Vaughan and Matt Dufty have only just arrived at the club, as has John Asiata. Brandon Wakeham is seemingly on the outer, while Jack Hetherington will be an intriguing situation to follow.

Matt Doorey is a talented youngster though who the club may make moves to lock up.

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Cronulla Sharks

Blayke Brailey, Braden Hamlin-Uele, Royce Hunt and Briton Nikora seem to be the names the Sharks will work on to lock down as quickly as possible.

The future of Wade Graham is intriguing given his running battles with concussion, while Andrew Fifita would need to take a mighty pay cut to stay in the Shire beyond 2022.

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Gold Coast Titans

Tino Fa'asuamaleaui is the player the Titans are desperate to lock up as quickly as possible. The Gold Coast star has reportedly already been offered an extension.

Kevin Proctor as club co-captain could be another, while youngster Treymain Spry has an enormous future in front of him.

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Manly Sea Eagles

The Sea Eagles single biggest questions seem to be around Kieran Foran and Martin Taupau. Foran is ageing, but had a possibly career-best year in 2021, while Taupau is reportedly going to be cut free.

Ben Trbojevic is the other name the Sea Eagles simply must secure in a hurry. It's almost amazing it hasn't been done yet.

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Melbourne Storm

Brandon Smith seems almost destined to leave the club following the Storm taking up Harry Grant's option for 2023.

Christian Welch, Reimis Smith and Felise Kaufusi are the other big names they will wan to sign quickly, while Isaac Lumelume and Dean Ieremia both have potential on the wing.

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Newcastle Knights

Tyson Frizell and Kalyn Ponga both having player options to remain at the club in 2023 must be costing Knights fans and the board sleep.

If they get the duo locked up however, there are no other overly pressing issues, given Mitchell Pearce has put in a request for a release before the end of his current deal.

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New Zealand Warriors

The Warriors are the least-worried club in the competition with only six players off-contract at the end of 2022.

Matthew Lodge's player option will be an intriguing one, while Wayde Egan had a super finish to 2021. Chanel Harris-Tavita has been told he won't be offered a new deal before the end of Round 6 next season and is set to go to the open market.

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North Queensland Cowboys

The Cowboys have eight players off-contract. Reuben Cotter could be the future of their number nine jersey, while Ben Hampton's versatility makes him an important commodity.

It's Tom Gilbert who they should be moving heaven and earth to sign in a hurry though, with the talented workhorse likely to breakout in 2022.

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Parramatta Eels

The Eels have more players off-contract at the end of 2022 than anyone else. It's been heavily publicised some of the big names, while there is contract trouble currently reported with Clint Gutheron and Isaiah Papali'i.

Dylan Brown, Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Maika Sivo all have player options, which is a concern, while Reed Mahoney is rumoured to be on the way out alongside Marata Niukore.

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Penrith Panthers

The premiers have three big names still not signed for 2023, in fullback Dylan Edwards, hooker Apisai Koroisau and second-rower Viliame Kikau.

Beyond the trio, the names aren't regular first-grade members, although Lindsay Smith may have been one if not for injury. Taylan May could also become a focal point for Penrith in 2022.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs

Jaxson Paulo has a promising future, as does Zane Bijorac, but they won't lose a great deal from their 2023 first-grade following the re-signing of half Cody Walker.

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St George Illawarra Dragons

The Dragons need to rapidly turn their attention to youth with both Feagai brothers - Mathew and Max - and Jayden Sullivan all off-contract at the end of 2022.

Blake Lawrie and Jack Bird are the other two first-grade members to not be signed beyond 2022, while Jack Gosiewski, Aaron Woods and Tautau Moga were all only signed to the club recently on one-year contracts.

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Sydney Roosters

The Roosters biggest problems will be Angus Crichton and Joseph Manu, with eight players off-contract in total. Manu is seemingly gone, while the tri-colours are still a strong chance of holding Crichton.

Adam Keighran and Lachlan Lam both played big roles last year, as did Siosiua Taukeiaho, while young gun Joseph Suaalii has a two-year player option in his favour.

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Wests Tigers

Luciano Leilua headlines the ten-man group for the Tigers, but the club may have big problems hanging onto the second rower without bumping up his contract.

Luke Garner is reportedly off to the Manly Sea Eagles, while the Tigers will turn their attention to Jock Madden, Joe Ofahengaue and middle third leader Alex Twal.

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