Publishing players' salaries, is this the only way to stop teams from cheating?
Maybe not entirely, but what it can do is can give much needed transparency across the code.
In fact, earlier this year Dragons forward and NRL players union director Jeremy Latimore called for players' salaries to published to establish a transparent salary cap.
"In a lot of sports, American sports and European soccer for example, generally their salaries are known," Latimore told AAP.
"I don't think many players would have an issue with it. If that's going to help fans, the clubs and the NRL, if people know what people are earning then so be it."
On Triple M's The Rush Hour with MG The Daily Telegraph's Paul Crawley discussed the idea of how this could work within the NRL.