<pre><pre>NRL legend Greg Inglis & # 39; will admit that he has awakened & # 39;

NRL legend Greg Inglis & # 39; will admit that he has been cleaned up for depression and alcohol problems & # 39; – months after he was caught driving under the influence


NRL legend Greg Inglis will admit that he went to withdrawal for depression and alcohol problems, according to a report.

The former captain of South Sydney Rabbitohs and Queensland will enter the nameless clinic on Monday, the Daily telegram.

Inglis, 32, retired in April and apparently struggles with life after rugby.


NRL CEO Todd Greenberg told Channel Nine earlier this week: & # 39; I am aware of some of the issues he faces.

& # 39; Yes, we are over it and yes, we are in contact with him and the club.

& # 39; It will be a journey for Greg. But he has a lot of support.

& # 39; He has many people around him, including all of us at the NRL. & # 39;

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