Mikaele Ravalawa and Zane Musgrove were both fined and handed breach notices after being involved in a heated exchange at 6am the morning after the Charity Shield, following a long drinking session in Mudgee.
The story was broken by 9News' Danny Weidler just over 24 hours after the exchange, begging the story, how did it get out?
Graham was a part-time captain during his stint in the Red V, and believes the incident is making a mountain out of a molehill.
"Who is the snitch? Why are you going and telling the media for?
"Because it was a non-issue. Nothing got broken, no-one was hurt, no-one caused a disruption. No member of the public was affected by this.
"Which little snitch has gone to the media and said there was a fight at 6am? Who is the snitch?
"That is the issue the Dragons club need to sort out. Not sorting out if there is an issue with teammates."
AAP have revealed that they've been informed that several members of the public were awake and could have heard the early morning disruption.
However, the Englishman is adamant it's come from within.
"It has happened to me before where something similar has happened, a story has got out when it shouldn't have," Graham said on the radio program.
"And I addressed the group and said this has got to stop. I'd be blowing up deluxe about that.
"I'd say boys if you're in for this cause of us trying to be the best team we can be, the last thing we need is someone thinking this is the best way to go about it.
"Because you're not with us. You're not on our bus or on our ship."
The incident is the latest in a long off-season for the club, who have lost their five-eighth Talatau Amone to the no-fault stand-down policy, two youngsters to season-ending injuries/illnesses in Cody Ramsey and Josh Coric, while Francis Molo plead guilty to a domestic assault charge on Wednesday.