We're told Inglis has five third party deals worth $350,000 or so, which allows Souths to register him for just $215,000 a season. So, does the NRL investigate what work Inglis will do to earn $350,000 which, to 99% of Australians, is a huge annual salary, particularly as this is not his principal job. It's like us getting five part-time jobs out of workinh hours! What's he going to be doing: cutting Crowe's lawn? Training Richardson to lose his gut? Painting the Redfern grandstand? Doing bar work at Souths Leagues? Surely these five jobs don't include him giving motivational speeches because he can't string two sensible words together. Seriously, how can anyone believe other than these five jobs are nothing more than Souths supporters throwing in money that should be paid by South and, therefore, be counted as part of the salary cap?