The Daily Telegraph - Sports Confidential THE Sea Eagles are circling Greg Bird, but the troubled NRL star has other issues on his mind as he battles more damaging off-field headlines. Bird was already being investigated by the NRL integrity unit for his involvement in an alleged incident at a northern NSW pub last Saturday evening. But Sport Confidential has learned Bird was ejected from a Byron Bay pub just 24 hours before the Brunswick Heads saga, triggering an NRL integrity unit inquiry. It is believed the integrity unit is aware of Bird’s back-to-back indiscretions and will include details of both pub incidents in its report to the Titans. A spokesman for The Sticky Wicket Bar in Byron Bay confirmed last night Bird was asked to leave the establishment. “Greg Bird was here on Friday night. He was asked to leave,” the spokesman said. “The NRL integrity unit came in to see us and they are onto it. “It was just Greg who was asked to leave. He never got served a drink because he was too intoxicated so the group weren’t here for very long.” Manly remain keen to entice Bird to the club, but need to free up some salary cap space to do so. That may mean Jamie Buhrer, who has played 128 top grade games for the club, is moved on. Newcastle are keen to pounce on the one-time NSW representative, in what could turn out to be a swap for Knights winger Akuila Uate. St George Illawarra have also expressed an interest in Buhrer, who still has a year remaining on his contract. After an injury plagued 2015 season, Buhrer recaptured his best form at the back end of this season, and was appointed co-captain during Jamie Lyon’s injury run. If Jamie Buhrer is moved on to fit this grub in, it's a disgraceful. Jamie is Manly, not this bloke.