Josh Reynolds and Greg Bird among the stars to be missing for club duties.
Bulldogs playmaker Josh Reynolds will miss the next three games after accepting an early plea for his shoulder charge on Will Chambers in State of Origin III.
The tackle was deemed to be a grade two offence and as such, Reynolds will not be available for selection in Canterbury’s upcoming games against Melbourne, the Wests Tigers and North Queensland.
Reynolds was one of four players charged by the NRL match review committee following Origin III.
The playmaker’s Blues teammate Greg Bird was charged with a grade-one dangerous lifting tackle on Nate Myles.
Bird will miss two weeks after he took an early guilty plea on Thurstday.
It is the second time Bird has been charged this season with a dangerous lifting tackle, missing Origin I after being sidelined for two games for a challenge on South Sydney’s Bryson Goodwin.
Myles won’t miss any games after taking an early guilty plea to a grade-one dangerous contact sanction after catching Bird with a raised forearm when running with the ball.
Queensland’s Ben Te’o will however miss one game after pleading guilty to a grade-one dangerous contact charge for a late hit on Trent Hodkinson.