Brisbane Broncos captain Adam Reynolds breaks silence on his South Sydney Rabbitohs exit

Brisbane Broncos captain Adam Reynolds has broken his silence for the first time on his South Sydney Rabbitohs exit as he gets ready to go up against his former side.

Reynolds joined Brisbane on a three-year deal after being offered just a one-year contract at Souths.

The halfback missed the Broncos’ clash with Souths after falling foul of Covid protocols, but he will not miss the clash this weekend and is excited by the prospect – even if he is treating it as just another game.

“It’s another game – I’m a Broncos player,” Reynolds told reporters on Monday.

“Coming up against an old team doesn’t really matter.

“I’ve got a lot of wonderful memories from the place, a lot of mates still there obviously. It is what it is, you’re going to have to come up against your old team one time.

“For me, it’s no different. I want to go out there and win for this club. My attitude is no different.’’

Reynolds was asked if there was any bad blood with the Rabbitohs following his exit.

“No, It is what it is,” Reynolds said.

“We are up here now. The family love it. It’s a great place to bring up kids.

“There are no hard feelings. It is a decision that had to be made.

“I made the decision to look after my family. Everyone else in my position would have done, it’s business at the end of the day.’’

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