SANDOR Earl's return from a four-year ASADA drug ban is complete, with Melbourne confirming his NRL signature.
Earl, banned for peptides trafficking as part of ASADA's darkest-day-in-sport investigation, has signed a one-year deal at the Storm.
"While he has been sidelined, he has maintained his fitness levels to a high level. Anyone that is prepared to put in the work after what he has been through deserves a second chance," coach Craig Bellamy said.
Earl's signing was one of 10 announced on Friday by the Storm. Billy Walters, son of Maroons coach Kevin, and Cooper Johns, son of Knights legend Matthew, are joined by Harry Grant, Lachlan Timm, Louis Geraghty, Sale Finau, Tino Fa'asuamaleaui, Kayleb Milne and Junior Ratuvu in signing deals for the 2018 season.