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With stints at Souths, Penrith, the Titans and the Broncos under his belt, there was a lot of talk that James Roberts could become a five-club man.
However, as predicted by Triple M and the Australian's Brent Read, Roberts is staying at the Broncos.
Brisbane confirmed the news today with the star centre signing a long-term deal with the club until 2021.
“We are excited that James has agreed to commit to the Broncos for another four years,” said Broncos boss Paul White.
It was originally speculated that Roberts may shop around and go for the big money, however the Broncos has been a good fit for Roberts, who has had several off-field issues in the past.
“He’s had a few dramas at other places off the field,” teammate Benji Marshall said.
“With the help of Wayne and guys he has around him, it keeps him pretty grounded here. You can see that happiness is reflecting on the field.
“I don’t think I’ve seen a more dynamic player off the mark than what he is. He showed out there that he is one of the hardest guys to tackle."
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