A lot has happened in the life Jesse Bromwich since last year’s Grand Final.
The training will be important on Storm’s pre-season camp but the team bonding that will be created is just as crucial.
Whether it is in the centres or at five-eighth, Curtis Scott just wants another NRL opportunity in 2017.
The Storm skipper is already embracing the hard pre-season grind.
The idea of having to gel with a new halves partner is not foreign to Cooper Cronk.
Taking the foot off the pedal just isn't the Cooper Cronk way.
Young Tonumaipea is back for another prank, this time luring in his teammates with a two-dollar coin.
Tohu Harris believes the Club's younger players are providing plenty of energy during pre-season.
The sight of Cooper Cronk back on the training track is the perfect way for any Storm fan to start 2017.
Dale Finucane chats to Storm TV to provide an update on his knee injury.