Ssuspended Raiders centre Blake Ferguson is in trouble again, after he was caught by police speeding, and driving while under suspension.
Police said a 23-year-old man was clocked driving a Toyota Yaris, allegedly travelling at 128km/h in a 110km/h zone on the Hume Highway near Mittagong, about halfway between Canberra and Sydney about 2.15pm on Saturday.
Checks revealed the man's ACT licence was already suspended.
He was issued with a speeding ticket for exceeding the speed limit by more than 10km/h and a field court attendance notice for driving while suspended.
He will appear at Moss Vale Local Court on October 21.
The charges cap off a bad week for Ferguson, who was stood down by the Raiders on Wednesday, and had his $300,000 salary cut off.
Ferguson's days at the club appear numbered, with the Raiders' board delivering the 23-year-old an ultimatum to personally front them and explain his behaviour or face the sack.
Josh Dugan was given a similar proposal earlier in the season and was axed by the club after failing to show for the meeting.
Ferguson has been stood down without pay for missing training and drinking while injured.
Ferguson has been in Sydney in recent days, and on Wednesday night Grayson Goodwin - younger brother of NRL players Bryson and Bronx Goodwin - posted a photo on social media site Instagram of the pair in a car, with the line "I found him".
Raiders chief executive Don Furner said Ferguson had not explained why he skipped training on Tuesday and Wednesday, with club administration unable to contact him.