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    Warriors general manager Brian Smith insists Kodi Nikorima is not on the NRL club's radar

    Warriors general manager Brian Smith insists Kodi Nikorima is not on the NRL club's radar

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Brisbane's Courier-Mail is reporting the Broncos had offered the Kiwis halfback as a replacement for Shaun Johnson.

    However, the Warriors don't see him as a long-term solution.

    General manager Brian Smith says they aren't ruling anybody out, but Nikorima's not among their options.

    The Warriors have indicated their next halfback will likely come from within their current squad.

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