Anthony Milford is set to be axed from the Broncos side to face the Panthers this week after being sent to train with reserve grade.

Anthony Milford’s Broncos career has hit rock bottom, with the $1 million-a-season half sent back to train with reserve grade with his axing for the club’s Round 6 clash with the Panthers all but inevitable.

After a bright start to the season that earned him one Dally M vote in Brisbane’s first round loss to the Eels, Milford’s form has frustrated coach Kevin Walters, admitting after last Thursday night’s loss to the Rabbitohs that he hadn’t done enough this season to earn a new deal.

Milford’s lucrative contract with the Broncos expires at the end of this season and Walters’ decision to dump him from first grade all but assures he will be at a different club next season.

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