The Cowboys have signed Broncos utility Jordan Kahu on a one-year deal, according to a report by NRL Media.
The 28-year old will help cover the loss of Ben Barba and is capable of playing a variety of positions, including fullback, centre and wing.
Kahu scored 42 tries in his 95 NRL games for the Broncos, also earning nine caps for the New Zealand Kiwis.
“To pick up a player of Jordan’s ability and experience at this stage of the pre-season is a massive bonus for us,” Cowboys coach Paul Green told NRL Media.
“He gives us depth at a number of positions, he’s a very good centre and he’s played wing and fullback as well.
“His goal kicking ability is the added bonus on top of everything else he offers.”
Kahu just returned from the New Zealand Maoi All-Star camp in Melbourne but trained with his new teammates on Monday.