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Four players charged by NRL Judiciary

The NRL Judiciary has charged four Storm players following Saturday night's win over the Titans.

Cameron Munster and Josh Addo-Carr can take an early plea for their grade one dangerous contact charges. If they do so, they will be eligible to play this Saturday night against Manly.

Cameron Smith (grade two) and Sam Kasiano (grade one) have been charged with dangerous contact for separate incidents during the second half of the game.

Both players can have their points penalties reduced with an early plea. Should they accept the charges with an early please, they will still exceed the 100-point threshold which would result in a one week suspension.

Melbourne Storm have until midday on Monday to respond to the charges.

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