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Smith can reach 400 NRL games: Inglis

Former teammate Greg Inglis predicts Storm skipper Cameron Smith will sweep past the record for most NRL games and reach 400 before he retires.

NRL star Inglis hopes his honesty helped

Injured South Sydney star Greg Inglis says he's feeling happy about recently revealing details of his battle with depression.

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All in Inglis 00:43

The Rabbitohs were on top form with this fantastic team play, resulting in a last minute try before half time scored by Greg Inglis, converted by Adam Reynolds. The South Sydney Rabbitohs success..
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South Sydney Rabbitohs star Greg Inglis saw therapist four times a day

​Troubled NRL star Greg Inglis has revealed seeing a therapist up to four times a day as he continues his battle against depression.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Inglis saw therapist four times a day

South Sydney skipper Greg Inglis has opened up about his battle with depression.

Inglis denies he wants out of Souths

South Sydney fullback Greg Inglis has denied a rumour he wants out of the club to join NRL rivals Brisbane.

Greg Inglis makes return to Rabbitohs

Greg Inglis has appeared at South Sydney headquarters for the first time since checking himself into mental health clinic last month with depression.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Inglis expected back at Souths this week

South Sydney teammates are looking forward to welcoming captain Greg Inglis back to the club fold this week.

Boyd reluctant to share GI's progress

Darius Boyd is reluctant to talk about Greg Inglis' progress since seeking treatment for depression but hopes his mate soon shares his new-found happiness.

Mal Meninga backs Greg Inglis over mental health battle, labelling it 'a very important story for league'

Greg Inglis is aware of the support he has from the rugby league community — and he is overwhelmed.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

GI in good spirits, says Souths' Maguire

South Sydney coach Michael Maguire says Greg Inglis should be admired for his decision to seek help for his mental health problems.

NRL rivalries ditched over Inglis: Bellamy

Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy says NRL rivalries were forgotten ahead of Sunday's clash with South Sydney after hearing Greg Inglis had checked into rehab.

South Sydney Rabbitohs teammates and game's most respected figures rally behind Greg Inglis

Greg Inglis personally addressed a stunned South Sydney leadership group before checking himself into a mental health rehabilitation facility last week as his Rabbitohs teammates and wider rugby league..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith

Melbourne Storm have their thoughts with a past star and could debut a future one as they prepare to face the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Sunday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Inglis will be back at Souths: Sam Burgess

Stand-in captain Sam Burgess is confident NRL superstar Greg Inglis will recover and return to South Sydney after checking himself into a mental health clinic.

Put your hand up when you need help: NRL

NRL boss Todd Greenberg has spoken about revelations South Sydney star Greg Inglis has been hospitalised for depression.

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