The Broncos have agreed to release Jack Bird, according to a report by The Sydney Morning Herald.
As first reported by News Corp on Thursday night, Bird reportedly requested a release in a bid to return to Sydney.
“It was Jack and his manager who approached us,” Brisbane coach Anthony Seibold said in the report.
Injuries have hampered Bird during his time at Brisbane, limiting him to just 17 NRL appearances since crossing from Cronulla.
His next landing spot is unknown, with a return to the Sharks unlikely.
The Broncos are set to undergo several changes over the off-season after a disastrous 58-0 loss to Parramatta in the opening week of the finals, with revelations that a number of players were at a Sydney pub until late the night before the game.
Brisbane are currently reviewing their season, with the club’s board to meet on Friday to discuss the findings.