Posted: 27 January, 2016
Triple M's Supergrass says the Michael Jennings move to Parramatta is all about the return of Hayne in 2017.
Jarryd Hayne Photo: Getty Images
The man, the myth, the legend that is Supergrass is back on The Grill Team with some massive Hayne news to start the year off.
Triple M's Supergrass has revealed that Jarryd Hayne could return to the NRL sooner than you think.
"I was told yesterday from a very reliable source that Jarryd Hayne has signed with a new manager, that will take place in March. His new management company has both American and Aussie representation," he told, Triple M's Grill Team.
"Now the more interesting part of this story is that... he will do one more season in the NFL before coming back to rugby league.
"His new management team aren't worried if the [San Francisco] 49ers aren't going to pick him up - they reckon they'll find another team for him.
"[And] there is talk sweeping rugby league world that the Michael Jennings move to Parramatta is all about the return of Hayne in 2017."
Jarryd Hayne playing for 49ers Photo: Getty Images
Triple M's Matty Johns believes the Roosters are moving stuff around in the possibility that Hayne may become available.
"At the moment they've got Blake Ferguson penciled in at fullback but they've moved Jennings on," said Matty.
"Ferguson's best position, I believe, is centre which means they need a fullback. And if Hayne does come back he just slips straight in there.
"I have been told that if he does come back to the NRL it will be the Roosters."
Earlier Jarryd Hayne laughed off reports of a Roosters return, posting this pic with Roosters legend Brad Fittler (right) Photo: Jarryd Hayne instagram
Last year, Jarryd Hayne laughed off reports of a possible return to the NRL in the red, white and blue. See the photo above.
However, it's believed the Sydney Roosters are keeping a watchful eye on Jarryd Hayne and his progress in NFL.
The Roosters have money to spend after the departures of Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and James Maloney, and it's clear that the Roosters are needing to replace their fullback.
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- Off-field controversy involving West Indies cricket team
Some big dramas in TV land with one presenter battling a drug addiction
- Social media backlash around C9 cricket commentary team