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Former Titans tight end Kevin Proctor is set to hang up his boots if he does not sign a long-term contract with the Super League club.

According to WWOS, the 33-year-old is open to a move abroad, but wants a multi-year deal that clubs are unable to offer.

Proctor was released from his Gold Coast Titans commitments four weeks ago after posting his kicking vision on his Instagram story.

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“Half the time is not a vape,” the caption reads.

The video lasted seven seconds, with Proctor wearing a Titans polo and nodding his head to the camera.

The footage was posted at 3.17pm on July 24, with Gold Coast’s clash with the Bulldogs kicking off at 2pm.

“The Gold Coast Titans have suspended Kevin Proctor following an incident during yesterday’s Round 19 game against the Bulldogs,” the club said in a statement.

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“Proctor has been released from his commitment to the club for the remainder of the year and will not return to training and play with the team.

“The conduct was in breach of NRL and Stadium Regulations.

Chewing and smoking are banned in all major stadiums in Australia and players in the team are also not allowed to hold their phones 60 minutes before the game.

Proctor enjoyed a 283-game NRL career spanning 17 years, plying his trade for the Titans and Melbourne Storm.

The latter has recorded 22 caps for New Zealand.

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