AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 02: Chris Grevsmuhl of the Titans awaits on the sideline to enter the game during the round five NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors and the Gold Coast Titans at Mt Smart Stadium on April 2, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

The Gold Coast Titans have announced that Chris Grevsmuhl has been released from the remainder of his playing contract, effective immediately.

The Titans signed Grevsmuhl to a two-year contract in March after he was released by the Penrith Panthers the previous year to deal with issues of a personal nature.

The release is said to be mutually consensual between the Titans and Grevsmuhl.

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Read the full statement below: 

The Gold Coast Titans have today released forward Chris Grevsmuhl from his current contract, by mutual consent.

Grevsmuhl signed with the Titans in March of this year on a two-year contract but will not return for season 2018.

After playing four matches in the top grade, the 24-year-old injured his shoulder and has been unable return to the playing field this season.

Everyone at the Titans wishes Chris all the best for the future.

In the best interest of all parties, there will be no further comment from the club.

Titans 2022 Player Movements

2022 Gains
Esan Marsters (North Queensland Cowboys, 2022), Paul Turner (New Zealand Warriors, 2023)
2022 Losses
None
Re-Signed
AJ Brimson (2026), Erin Clark (2023), Brian Kelly (2023)
Off Contract 2021
Tanah Boyd, Anthony Don, Darius Farmer, Patrick Herbert, Sam McIntyre, Tyrone Peachey, Jonus Pearson, Mitch Rein, Sam Stone, Ashley Taylor, Jai Whitbread

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