Ben Te’o has returned to rugby league with Brisbane for the rest of the 2020 season.
The 33-year-old started his career in rugby league and made 152 NRL appearances for Brisbane, Wests and South Sydney before moving to rugby union at the end of 2014.
Te’o has earned 16 caps for England in rugby union and has also represented Samoa in rugby league. He won the NRL Premiership with the Rabbitohs in 2014 and has played seven games for Queensland in State of Origin.
Te’o said: “It’s crazy how things work out but I’m just excited to get back playing rugby league and rip in with the boys and really work hard.
“Brisbane is home to me and the Broncos have always looked after me and I feel welcome here – this is the perfect place to let me play.
“The club had a spot open and need some boys and I’m ready to come and help out and play my role for the Broncos.”
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