The first NRL game played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak saw North Queensland Cowboys defeat Canterbury Bulldogs.
The straight-talking Wayne Bennett's verdict on dealing with the coronavirus' impact at South Sydney is "it's crazy if you make it crazy".
With its season still ongoing during the coronavirus pandemic, the NRL is introducing a self-isolation program for its players.
Wearing a face mask as he spoke to the media, Addin Fonua-Blake discussed NRL players potentially taking pay cuts.
Remi Casty urged sportspeople to be responsible after announcing he would not play for Catalans Dragons during the coronavirus outbreak.
Toronto are due to face Wakefield Trinity on March 22, however, that fixture is now in doubt as the virus continues to disrupt sport.
NRL players could face pay cuts amid the coronavirus pandemic, chief Todd Greenberg said.
It is too early to suspend the NRL season, according to ARLC chairman Peter V'landys.
Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison played down the NRL's chances of receiving government funding.