From the Daily: Cummings also confirmed the Sea Eagles would be in the market from today for another high-profile forward after missing out on Dragons young gun Ben Creagh who re-signed with St George-Illawarra yesterday. ``We've got to sit down and think through our strategy,'' Cummings said. ``We'll be aggressive for a couple of players. ``Two (high-profile) players per year is what we usually try to sign. ``But until players make up their minds, there's not much we can do. ``It's like a chess game at the moment. ``There's stuff going on everywhere.'' In other player movement news big prop Mark Bryant has received a two-year offer from Manly which his manager Jim Banaghan has knocked back. ``It's unsatisfactory and we'll be going on the open market,'' Banaghan said. Bryant has received interest from two other clubs. Negotiations are also still on-going and positive with five-eighth Travis Burns. The club is hopeful of securing the young pivot, while utility back Paul Stephenson is also on the open market.